BJUI Knowledge is a new online educational platform for urologists. It combines online Continuing Professional Development (CPD) through e-learning, with a platform for recording CPD activity. It was released in February 2016 and is free to access and use for BAUS members for a trial period until the end of June 2016. The main page […]Read more "BJUI Knowledge"
Urology News and BrainyDoc Ltd are back with another brand new educational app called ‘Urological Emergencies’. The app is available as a free download for iPhone and iPad (iTunes) and Android mobile devices (Google Play). The Urological Emergencies app provides a series of topics relating to common urological emergencies. The layout is similar to the […]Read more "Urological emergencies app"
Everyone has one…from my 7 year old nephew to the 74 year old lady I saw two weeks ago in the admissions lounge calmly awaiting her cystoscopy and biopsy. The iPad has become a ubiquitous accessory and is testimony to the huge popularity of mobile technology. Fortunately for the medical community, numerous journals are starting […]Read more "BJUI App"
The prediction of any future event is fascinating and yet fraught with difficulty. Clinicians have always struggled with being able to accurately predict outcomes for patients and to balance the risks of any intervention. Traditionally, doctors relied on clinical judgment to predict outcomes but this has been shown to be error prone and highly variable […]Read more "Online cancer prediction tools"