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Monday 1st – Wednesday 3rd July 2019
This is a 3-day course that is more concerned with ensuring the quality of urodynamics (UDS) practice, the interpretation of UDS traces, & the role of UDS in the management of the different patient groups. The course finishes on the third day with a multiple choice & trace-based test. The course is approved by the International Continence Society.
- appreciation of the philosophy behind urodynamic studies (UDS) as part of patient investigation
- knowledge of the basic physical principles behind the measurement of flow & pressure
- knowledge of the role of UDS in investigating children, women, men & neurological patients
- ability to recognise artefacts seen during UDS, & the knowledge of how to correct them
- ability to interpret urodynamic traces
- knowledge of the techniques of basic & specialist urodynamics, including urethral function & video-UDS
Accredited for 17 points in the Clinical Expertise domain for full attendance.
Course Accredited by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Pending Approval for 17 points to eligible Fellows for full course attendance.
Participants in the RACP MyCPD Program may apply for CPD credits under “Category 2: Assessed Learning Projects” at 2 credits per hour.
Hashim Hashim, Director of the Urodynamics Unit, Bristol Urological Institute
Hashim Hashim MD, FEBU, FRCS (Urol), Consultant Urological Surgeon & Honorary Professor of Urology, Bristol Urological Institute, Bristol, UK
Marcus Drake MD, FRCS (Urol), Professor of Physiological Urology & Consultant Urological Surgeon,
University of Bristol & Bristol Urological Institute, Bristol, UK
Professor Hashim is a Consultant Urological Surgeon, Honorary Professor and Director of the Urodynamics Unit at the world-renowned Bristol Urological Institute. He is a world renowned urologist specialising in female and functional urology including male and female urinary incontinence, neuro-urology, urodynamics and pelvic reconstruction. He is a committee member of the European Association of Urology section of female and functional urology, the International Consultation on Incontinence Urodynamics committee and an associate editor of Neuro-urology and Urodynamics journal. He has authored over 60 articles in peer reviewed journals, as well as 40 book chapters and 7 books, and is a reviewer for several national and international journals.
Marcus Drake is Professor of Physiological Urology at the University of Bristol, and Honorary Consultant Surgeon at the Bristol Urological Institute at Southmead Hospital, Bristol, UK. He undertook his medical training at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford and was awarded his Doctorate Thesis by the University of Oxford.
He was Chairman of the International Continence Society’s Standardisation Steering Committee for 6 years. He is a board member of the European School of Urology, and of the European Society of Female and Functional Urology. He is also a member of the European Association of Urology Guidelines committee for male urinary symptoms (LUTS). In 2012, he chaired the Nocturia committee at the Consultation on Male LUTS and the Neurogenic Incontinence committee at the International Consultation on Incontinence, co-chairing the latter committee in 2016. He is former Chairman for Urology/ Urogynaecology in the UK National Health Service’s Comprehensive Clinical Research Network.
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