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Urodynamics Advanced Course

Endotherapeutics invites you to attend a 2.5 day advanced urodynamics workshop in Sydney. The workshop includes live patient cases at Prince of Wales Hospital.

The workshop will be supported by international guest facilitator
Prof Mikel Gray, Virginia - USA, and hosted by Dr Tom Jarvis, Prince of Wales Hospital - Sydney.

Course Details

Date:    5-7 December 2019

  • 5-6 December: Intercontinental Sydney, 117 Macquarie St,
    Sydney NSW 2000
    1.5 Days
  • 7 December: Prince of Wales Hospital, 320-346 Barker St, Randwick NSW 2031
    1 Day

Price:  $1,535 (Inc GST)
RSVP: COB Friday, 29 November 2019

Certificate of attendance will be available upon completion.
CPD points pending approval from RACS, RANZCOG and USANZ.

Learning Objectives

  • Detailed knowledge of the physical principles behind UDS measurement
  • Knowledge of the indications for specialist urodynamics, including urethral function studies, video-UDS and ambulatory monitoring
  • Ability to interpret complex urodynamic traces
  • Ability to recognise difficult artefacts seen during UDS, and the knowledge of how to correct them
  • Exploration of the benefits of UDS in managing difficult LUT problems in children, women, men and neurological patients by case-based discussions

Course Agenda

Thursday, 5 December
11.45 am arrival for registration and 12.00 pm lunch
05.30 pm finish

  • Getting Started with Your Urodynamics Service: Physical, Environmental and Administrative Concerns
  • Performing a Urodynamics Study using a Physical Model
  • Hands-on Sessions
Friday, 6 December
8.30 am arrival for 9.00 am start, 5.30 pm finish
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided
  • Typical UDS Study Sequence
  • Lower Urinary Tract Function and Dysfunction
  • Physical & Biomedical Aspects of UDS Measurements: Pressure, Flow & EMG
  • Basic UDS Examination: Woman or Man with Stress, Urge or Mixed UI
  • Variations: The Frail Elder Person, Pediatric UDS, Spinal Cord Injury
  • Urodynamic Assessment of LUT Filling/Storage: Generating Interpretable Results
  • Urodynamic Assessment of Voiding: Generating Interpretable Results
  • Advanced Interpretation
  • Hands-on with Software and Advanced Tasks
Saturday, 7 December

8.30 am arrival for 9.00 am start, 5.30 pm finish
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea provided

  • Clinic Room Setup and Overview
  • Observation and Discussion of Exam: Patient 1, 2 and 3
  • Clinical Perspective / Urodynamic Examples

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For enquiries contact

Bernadette Ferlauto
P: 1300 00 ENDO

Prof. Mikel Gray

Mikel Gray is a Professor in the School of Medicine (Department of Urology) and School of Nursing (Department of Acute and Specialty Care) at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing. He has authored or co-edited 4 books, and he has authored more than 50 chapters and 200 articles in peer reviewed journals. He has lectured both nationally and internationally on topics related to neurological urology and urodynamic testing.

Dr Tom Jarvis
Dr Tom Jarvis has over 18 years of medical training and experience in the best hospitals and clinics in Sydney and NSW. He has worked and trained at Royal Prince Alfred, Royal North Shore, Prince of Wales and Concord Repatriation General Hospitals. He understands the ins-and-outs of the local Australian health care system, in particular the importance of easy access to both public and private hospitals. Dr Jarvis was awarded the prestigious RACS Fellowship and has published scholarly articles in numerous international and local journals.

About the Speakers

Payment & Cancellation

An invoice will be issued upon registration. A refund will not be issued if the cancellation is received and acknowledged by Endotherapeutics after 5.00 pm Tuesday, 5 November 2019.