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The AUA is Seeking Nominations for Upcoming Guideline Panel

The American Urological Association (AUA) is seeking nominations to populate an upcoming guideline panel on Salvage Therapy for Prostate Cancer. The AUA advocates for a diverse and inclusive environment within the association, as well as the global urology community. As such, we welcome diversity of race, ethnicity, gender, viewpoint, practice setting, and geographic location. In an effort to create a multidisciplinary panel, applicants from multiple specialties are invited to apply for this opportunity. The deadline to apply for this opportunity is January 31, 2022.

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Order Your Copy of the 2021 Guidelines At A Glance: A Quick Reference for Urologists!

The ultimate pocket guide for the AUA Guidelines! This 4x6" spiral-bound book contains 2021 amendments and new guidelines for Male Infertility, Acute Ischemic Priapism, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and more. Customer is responsible for shipping costs. Limit 20 books per customer. Domestic U.S. shipping only.

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AUA Seeking Review and Comments on the New Draft of the Non-Ischemic Priapism Guideline

The AUA is providing members and other interested parties the opportunity to review and provide comments on the draft guideline on Non-Ischemic Priapism. The draft guideline will be available for review at the end of January 2022, and a time period of approximately two weeks will be allotted for this assessment. Before being sent a copy of the draft guideline, all reviewers must disclose their current industry relationships on the AUA website in order to comply with the AUA’s conflict of interest (COI) policy and sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) to be provided. Information about the draft must be kept confidential until after the guideline has been published to the AUA website in its final state.

Interested reviewers, both AUA members and non-members, should email their name, address, AUA ID # (if available), and preferred email address to LRahimi@auanet.org.

The deadline to request the guideline is January 24 in order to qualify to review and receive the draft guideline. Requests after that date cannot be processed.

 

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