Sessions held virtually March 3, 10, May 5, and June 2 from 12:00 - 1:00 PM MT.
The Adult Urology in Primary Care ECHO series aim to give primary care physicians and providers the baseline knowledge and skills needed to assess and manage common, non-surgical urologic conditions in adults. These series serve as a virtual space where primary care providers and specialists can collaborate to increase access to care for patients with urologic conditions. ECHO participation will also enable connections between healthcare providers, maximizing patient evaluation and facilitating consultations and co-management among primary care providers and specialists.
Functional Urology for Primary Care: How You Can Better Evaluate and Manage Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Men and Women in Your Practice
Sessions will include a didactic presentation by an expert, opportunities for Q&A with the expert and case-based discussions. Participants are highly encouraged to bring de-identified patient cases for group discussion and expert consultation. See below for topics covered in this series. Resources and referral information will be shared throughout the series.
CME for this series has been applied for and is pending approval. ECHO participants typically earn one credit per session attended. In order to receive CME credit for this ECHO series, post-series surveys must be completed by the indicated deadline.
|1 - Nocturia||3/3/2023|
|2 - Overactive Bladder: What's New in Diagnosis and Oral Drug Management||3/10/2023|
|3 - Chronic Bladder Pain Syndrome: What is (and Isn't) Interstitial Cystitis Anyways?||5/5/2023|
|4 - Urinary Retention in Adults: Evaluation and Initial Management||6/2/2023|