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BAUS has launched four groups of webinars, each with a different educational lead, to help meet education needs across the whole spectrum of BAUS membership.  These webinars are for healthcare professionals only.


Click on the "Buzzsprout®" logo (left) to listen to a 30-minute podcast, chaired by Tim O'Brien, President of BAUS, in which the educational leads for each group explain their aims


Brief details of each series, and a provisional list of scheduled webinars for each, can be seen by clicking on the appropriate dropdown header below.

Each webinar will last approximately 1 hour.  Attendees will be able to log into their account and view a recording after the event - we aim to upload recordings within 3 working days of the event.

The list of webinars will be updated as session dates are confirmed.  Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter for details of new webinars as registrations become available. In the meantime, please "save the date" for those webinars you wish to attend.

Recordings of past webinars are now available to BAUS members from the E-learning webinar archive

1. Controversies in Urology (Educational lead: Sunjay Jain)

Introduction by Sunjay Jain, Consultant Urological Surgeon, St James's University Hospital, Leeds

Busy clinicians need access to the latest information to help with best management of their patients, but they often don't have much time to keep up-to-date. The controversies series aims to update topical subjects in an engaging way. A variety of formats will be used, including expert viewpoints, debates and case discussions. The priorities in planning this series have always been to cover areas that will appeal to all urologists, whatever setting they work in, and to ensure high-quality by inviting recognised leaders, both British and international, in their field."

Date of webinar Time Title & programme details Link
24 May 2021 19:30 STONE DISEASE: OLD CONTROVERSIES, MODERN MANAGEMENT Speakers: Hari Ratan (Nottingham), Jake Patterson (Sheffield), Jodi Antonelli (Texas), Ojas Shah (New York)
Moderator: Sunjay Jain (Leeds) 
This webinar is a joint venture with the AUA.  The Transatlantic panel of experts will discuss the contemporary management of a variety of stone cases in light of modern guidelines, encouraging discussion and interaction with an international audience.
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2. Specialist Trainees (Educational lead: Hari Ratan)

Introduction by Hari Ratan, Consultant Urological Surgeon, Nottingham University Hospital:  

There has been a seismic shift in the delivery of national & regional training this year, and BAUS has led the way in developing on-line teaching for urology trainees. We are delighted to continue to offer high-quality, interactive webinars for all BAUS members. These webinars will seek to cover a broad spectrum of the urology specialist training curriculum, and will feature experts in urology from around the UK. There will be a variety of formats, including case-based discussions, debates & evidence reviews. The teaching will be geared to those preparing the the FRCS Urol exam, but will be of value to trainees of any level."

Date of webinar Time Title & programme details Link
17 May 2021 19:30 RESILIENCE, WELLBEING & TRAINING Contributors:
Roland Morley & Tim Terry
Research focusing on the mental wellbeing of surgeons, although increasing, remains fairly limited. Burnout has been  reported in up to 53 percent of surgeons. Psychiatric illnesses, such as anxiety, depression or substance abuse, although less widely investigated in the surgical workforce, have been reported in up to 30 per cent of established surgeons and this has been exacerbated by Covid-19. Interestingly, surgeons have been shown to be slow or reluctant to seek help, and as such, many suffer in silence.

This webinar looks at the evidence  , mechanisms to improve resilience and services to improve well being.

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19 May 2021 19:30 INVESTIGATION & MANAGEMENT OF SMALL RENAL MASSES
Contributors: 
Manar Malki & Muddassar Hussain 
In this webinar we will discuss investigation of small renal mass (SRM). We will provide an overview of  management options of SRM including active surveillance, nephron-sparing surgery and ablative therapy. We will discuss a number of  real life cases and debate the management!
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3. FY / CT Doctors (Educational Lead: Anna O'Riordan)

Introduction by Anna O'Riordan, Consultant Urological Surgeon, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne: 

This series of webinars is intended to support knowledge and comprehension for those at core training level. It is designed to complement the BAUS Core Urology Course, covering areas such as anatomy and pharmacology for urologists, as well as consolidating practice in other key areas (e.g. LUTS assessment). We expect that these educational sessions will build core trainee confidence in the day-to-day management of patients, as well as stimulating reflective practice & self-directed learning."

Date of webinar Time Title & programme details Link
    All the Spring 2021 webinars have now taken place and can be viewed on the e-learning archive webpage  
 

4. Innovations in Urology (Educational lead: Oliver Wiseman) 

Introduction by Oliver Wiseman, Consultant Urological Surgeon, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge:

We are delighted to announce the launch of our BAUS, industry-sponsored, webinar series. The series aims to give companies a channel through which they can showcase their latest technology, techniques and products (or evidence related to them) directly with our members, especially where face to face education and congresses have been severely restricted. This, in turn, will allow our members to stay at the forefront of developments within our rapidly-changing speciality.

"There are numerous launches of new technologies that companies will be excited to share, together with new evidence relating to existing treatments. Sadly, with the COVID-19 pandemic, the normal fora for members to find out about these advances have not been available, so BAUS sees these webinars as a great way to compensate for this.

"We will be running one webinar each month, starting in September 2020. Some will be supported by an individual company, and will likely be related to a particular technology, therapy area or patient pathway. Others will be head-to-head, with the chance to look at different treatments and their place in the management of a particular condition, such as minimally invasive BPH treatments or laser technologies. We hope that BAUS members will see this as an exciting opportunity to stay up-to-date with advances in our speciality, and we look forward to your involvement & feedback."

Date of webinar Time Title & programme details Link
Wed 12 May 21 19:00 SELF-ADMINISTRATION BY PATIENTS OF INTRAVESICAL THERAPY FOR BPS AND OTHER INDICATIONS DURING THE PANDEMIC AND AFTER
Contributors:
 Jay Khastgir and Janet Eldekvist  
This webinar will explore how BPS patients can be taught ISC allowing them to manage their own treatment at home and in doing so free up clinic time for new patients on the waiting list to help clear the NHS backlog.  This can be a complex patient group and treatment can be long term so finding ways to create space for new patients is essential. We  will discuss the things to consider when selecting patients for ISC.  We will also look at types of bladder instillations and factors to consider when choosing which one to use.  A specialist nurse will talk through how straightforward it is to teach ISC and we will hear from a patient, there will be an opportunity to share practice and a Q and A.
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Thu 27 May 2021 19:00 THE PANEL ASKS THE PANEL
Contributors: Daron Smith, Ben Chew (Vancouver), Naeem Bhojani (Montreal), Kymora Scotland and Thomas Tailly (Belgium) 
 
Coloplast are sponsoring this innovative webinar to bring to together a group of international urologists for a discussion about common scenarios “why did you, why wouldn’t you, we do that like this, so do we, no I do it like that…”
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PLEASE NOTE: bookings for industry webinars may be handled by the industry sponsors - if you
have registered for these events, the bookings will NOT appear in your BAUS webinar basket
 

We now have a system that differentiates between member & non-member registrations for webinars;
members do not need to pay a registration fee, but non-members will be asked for payment. This excludes the Innovations in Urology webinars which are free to members and non-members.