This one-day course is designed as a continuing education activity to identify and discuss current health disparities within the transgender and intersex community. This educational activity is being offered to advance the understanding of transgender and intersex people and their health care needs. The goal is to promote awareness and provide clinical education to assist the provider and their health care team to partner with transgender and intersex people to achieve optimal health.
The diagnosis and management of many urologic diseases have been dramatically influenced by recent medical, surgical, and technological advances. One of the greatest challenges for the practicing urologist is to stay current with the numerous dynamic changes in the field of urology. This 5 day CME meeting will cover adult urology topics including prostate cancer, kidney cancer, bladder cancer, urolithiasis, incontinence, and infertility. This course provides urologists with a comprehensive update on the field of urology. Speaking physicians at this meeting are recognized leaders in clinical research and topics from basic to the most advanced treatments are covered. Novel therapies for treatment of advanced urologic cancers plan to be addressed and ongoing research into minimally invasive procedures are additionally covered.
Our department is composed of 19 clinical urologists and three basic science researchers. Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., is ranked among the Best Hospitals for Urology by U.S. News & World Report.
This three-day multidisciplinary conference explores current state-of-the art techniques and program development to implement a blood management program in hospitals. This is a one-of-a-kind summit organized by leaders in blood management from Mayo Clinic, Hartford Hospital, Loyola University, and Cleveland Clinic, with faculty participation from all four organizations.
This three-day multidisciplinary conference explores current state-of-the –art techniques and program development to implement a blood management program in hospitals. This is a one-of-a-kind summit organized by leaders in blood management from Mayo Clinic, Hartford Hospital, Loyola University, and Cleveland Clinic, with faculty participation from all four organizations. Following the successful 2012 course, the program has been slightly expanded for 2013.
A five day course to train physicians, fellows and residents in microvascular surgery techniques. If you are interested in this activity, contact Bill Anding, firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss potential dates.
The 20th Mayo Clinic Urogynecology and Disorders of the Female Pelvic Floor presents the latest treatments for urogynecolog, urology, and female pelvic floor disorders. It is designed for gynecologic and urologic surgeons, allied health staff, and medical practitioners with an interest in the current treatments for pelvic floor dysfunction. Surgical management of urinary and fecal incontinence, overactive bladder, and repair of pelvic organ prolapse are emphasized. The course features didactic lectures supplemented with video presentations of advanced laparoscopic robotic and vaginal surgery. Surgical case presentations, panel discussions, and an interactive system will be utilized to communicate immediate feedback, providing an optimal learning experience for interaction between faculty and course participants.