AUA E-Learning Activities
The convenience and power of Internet technology combined with content developed by expert clinicians, urologists and academia, provide a flexible eLearning environment that fosters life-long learning, maintenance of certification and premier patient care. Our variety of e-learning activities will offer those with busy schedules the opportunity to learn at any time.
Online continuing medical education activities are available to urologists, urology residents, allied health professionals, as well as primary care professionals. Course introduction, instructions and materials are located within each activity site. Where applicable, learner-faculty interactions take place online via email, or through discussion.
Learners claim credit/hours of participation online after submitting the online post-test and evaluation. Continuing medical education transcripts are automatically updated once credit/hours of participation are claimed. Documentation of participation may be printed from the activity site.
Urology Core Curriculum
The most comprehensive reference guide available detailing the knowledge necessary to deliver quality urologic care. An AUA member benefit.
Videos and webcasts that explore an array of urologic topics and conditions.
Urologic Robotic Surgery
The first and most comprehensive online learning activity on robotic surgery features nine modules covering basic and advanced procedures.
Clinical Ethics for Urologists
This recently expanded online activity explores the ethical dimension of medical practice.
Pathology for Urologists
Designed to help urology residents and fellows familiarize themselves with the pathologic features of common urologic entities.
BLUS Handbook Lap and Robotic Fundamentals
Introduces the fundamental principles of laparoscopic and robotic surgery.
Sends questions right to computer or mobile device!
Highlights from the AUA Annual Meeting
CME activities that explore several courses presented at the 2014 AUA Annual Meeting.
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