2 Annual CUA Primary Care Meeting: Alberta Edition

2nd Annual CUA Primary Care Meeting: Alberta Edition
An update in urology for family practitioners
Westin Calgary, Saturday June 23rd 2012, Calgary, AB
WESTIN CALGARY, 320 4TH AVENUE SW - CALGARY, AB, (403) 266-1611
8:00 - 8:10
INTRODUCTION
DR. BRUCE WHEELER
8:10 - 8:30
The PSA test: Let’s hug it out!
DR. NIELS JACOBSEN, University of Edmonton
8:30 - 8:50
Prostate Cancer: From diagnosis to treatment and beyond
DR. HOWARD EVANS, University of Alberta
8:50-9:10
OPEN DISCUSSION
9:10 – 9:40
Hematuria and Incidental Renal Masses
DR. JUN KAWAKAMI, University of Calgary
9:40 – 10:10
Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome
DR. JAY LEE, University of Calgary
10:10 - 10:30
OPEN DISCUSSION WITH BREAK
10:30 – 11:00
A Practical and Contemporary Approach
to the Management of LUTS in Men
DR. RICHARD BAVERSTOCK, University of Calgary
Common Pediatric Urology Presentations:
Clinical Pearls for Family Physicians
DR. BRYCE WEBER , University of Calgary
11:30 – 12:00
An Update on Urinary Incontinence
DR. KEVIN CARLSON, University of Calgary
12:00 – 12:30
An Evidence Based medicine review of Managing UTIs
in Men and Woman in Primary Care
DR. RICHARD BAVERSTOCK, University of Calgary
- PSA and DRE for screening and detection of prostate cancer:
A review of the evidence;
- Understanding the controversy surrounding PSA; Practical use of PSA in primary care – when to test and when not to test;
- When to refer patients to urology;
- How does a urologist decide when to do a biopsy?
- What other tests are available (e.g. PCA-3) and is there a better test than PSA on the horizon?
- How does a biopsy work and what are the risks?
- How to interpret a biopsy report;
- How do a patient and his urologist come to a decision about treatment?
- What is active surveillance, who is a candidate for it, is it safe, and how does it work?
- What treatments are available in Alberta for localized prostate cancer?
- What are the results of those treatments and possible side effects?
- How are patients with prostate cancer followed long-term after treatment?
- Review of guidelines on microscopic and gross hematuria;
- Update on diagnosis and management of bladder cancer;
- When do renal cysts need to be referred?
- Contemporary management of small renal masses.
- What’s the evidence on treating Andropause;
- Determine the different diseases associated with hypogonadism;
- Identify hypogonadism in men through history taking, a physical examination and the appropriate lab tests;
- Assess the indications for initiating and termination treatment;
- Evaluate the long-term safety of hormone therapy.
- Understanding the relationship between LUTS, OAB and BPH;
- Approach to diagnosis and management, with OAB included;
- Practical guide to alpha-blockers, 5-ARI’s and antimuscarinics in men;
- When to refer and what the urologist might do.
11:00 – 11:30
- Counseling parents on neonatal circumcision;
- Practical advice on management of the foreskin in boys;
- What can parents do? What can the GP do?
- When is referral for circumcision warranted?
- Pediatric UTI’s;
- Lumps and bumps?
- How to diagnose and optimize management for OAB;
- Introducing the newest agents for OAB treatment: present and future;
- Stress incontinence: What can the GP do to help?
- What resources are available?
- Managing incontinence in the elderly;
- When to refer, who to refer to, and how to optimize the referral.
- Beating Emerging Bacterial Resistance
- Best treatment for simple and complex UTIs
- UTI in men, bacterial prostatitis, chronic prostatitis and urethritis
- Tailor this to the region
12:30 - 13:00
OPEN DISCUSSION
2nd Annual CUA Primary Care Meeting: Alberta Edition
An update in urology for family practitioners
Westin Calgary, Saturday June 23rd 2012, Calgary, AB
WESTIN CALGARY, 320 4TH AVENUE SW - CALGARY, AB, (403) 266-1611
Your registration includes:
Access to the half day scientific meeting, breakfast and health break.
Accreditation through the Alberta Chapter of Family Physicians for (4) four hours of
Mainpro-M1 credits.
REGISTRATION FORM
Please make cheque payable to
Canadian Urological Association
CUA Office of Education
185 Dorval Avenue Suite 401
Dorval, Québec H9S 5J9
Registration Fees of $ 26.25 CAD include: taxes, ½ day course, breakfast, and break.
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