Needs & Objectives
Wisconsin Urological Society
2020 Annual Meeting
April 17 - 19, 2020
The Abbey Resort
Urologists require continuing educational enrichment to keep abreast of the developments in the field. Urology is rapidly changing and new surgical technologies, medications, chemotherapy and surgical techniques have a great impact on patient care as well as health care economics. Urologists must assimilate this knowledge and make medical decisions for the best of their patients. This dissemination of this knowledge is or can be facilitated by academic centers to community urologists. Specifically, urologists must be aware of complex issues in voiding dysfunction, pediatric urology, issues related to urologic oncology (Penile carcinoma, urethral stricture disease, bladder cancer, prostate cancer and kidney cancer), reconstructive urology, infertility, robotic surgery and stone disease.
At the conclusion of the WUS 2020 Annual Meeting, attendees will be able to:
- Describe the contemporary surgical management of male urethral stricture disease
- Discuss the surgical treatment and options for reconstructive robotic surgery.
- Describe appropriate opioid prescribing following urological surgery.
- Explain options, techniques, and challenges in performing minimally invasive surgery for reconstructive urologic surgery.
- Discuss strategies for improving patient selection for urological surgery.
- Discuss treatment recommendations for different urologic cancers.
- Develop treatment plans for varying urologic disorders including kidney cancer, bladder cancer, prostate cancer and urethral stricture disease.
- Describe strategies to improve interdisciplinary care, including appropriate referrals and patient education with the goal of providing optimal therapeutic management for patients with prostate cancer.
- Describe and discuss strategies in preventing and treating robotic laparoscopic complications
- Discuss current and future healthcare urologic policy and how it will affect both physician’s clinical practice and patient care.