In the U.S., urinary tract infections account for about 7 million
office visits and more than 1 million hospitalizations annually

This ECHO series aims to help primary care physicians and providers handle common urologic conditions. Topics covered include common acute and emergent issues in adult and pediatric urology, genitourinary cancers, disorders of the bladder, prostate, and urethra such as BPH, incontinence, and neurogenic bladder, and other tips and insights from experts into prevalent urologic conditions.

Participants will gain the baseline knowledge and skills needed to assess and manage common non-surgical urologic conditions when appropriate in the primary care setting. We will also build connections between healthcare providers to maximize patient evaluation and to facilitate consultations and co-management amongst primary care providers and specialists. 

We will have a virtual space where primary care providers and specialists can collaborate to increase access to care for patients with urologic conditions. 

Sessions will include a didactic presentation by an expert, opportunities for Q&A with the expert, and discussion of participant-submitted cases. Participants are highly encouraged to submit de-identified patient cases for group discussion and expert consultation prior to the session.

Urology in Primary Care

Audience:
Colorado prescribing providers working in primary care

Schedule:
Ongoing bi-weekly ECHO sessions held virtually
Second and fourth Tuesday of each month
7:00 - 8:00 AM MT

Series ends May 2022
Registration is ongoing and participants can attend any sessions they wish.

 

UPCOMING PEDIATRIC BLOCK: PEDIATRIC AND TRANSITIONAL UROLOGY

NOV 23: Urinary Tract Infections in the Pediatric Population
DEC 14: Lower Urinary Tract (LUT) Dysfunction and Nocturnal Enuresis in Children + Bowel Dysfunction
JAN 11: Spina Bifida, Neurogenic Bladder and Transitional Care
JAN 25: Common Penile and Scrotal Conditions in Children

 

CME:
CME for this series has been applied for and is pending approval. ECHO participants typically earn one credit per session attended.

REGISTER FOR THIS SERIES

In Partnership With:

University of Colorado School of Medicine Division of Urology