118th Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the AUA (2022)
The Annual Meeting of the New York Section of the American Urological Association, Inc. is designed to provide a forum for communicating to the members and guest physicians the developing state and the art of science of urological techniques, evaluation and procedures. The program will include original papers presenting new information addressing pertinent clinical topics. Point-counterpoint sessions on topical issues will allow for participants to openly discuss procedures and techniques. Moderators with encourage an active Q&A session with audience participation. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss presentations and address questions to the authors. At the completion of the Annual Meeting, participants should be able to apply this new information on research and techniques in their daily practice.
- Advanced Practice Providers
- Medical Students
After completing this activity, learners will be able to:
1) Describe the latest techniques on surgical management of urologic malignancies, BPH, erectile dysfunction, ureteral strictures, kidney stones and urinary incontinence.
2) Explain how new techniques can enhance quality of care and improve patient outcomes.
3) Implement evidence-based AUA guidelines, particularly new guidelines focused on incontinence after prostate treatment, surgical management of BPH, and male infertility.
4) Implement technological (eg. telemedicine) and human-resource (eg. APP) based changes to clinical practice to improve delivery of care and decrease physician burnout.
5) Describe gender inequalities in medicine/urology
6) Discuss the evolving landscape of surgical education and how AI and simulation-based training may play an increasing role
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian
Address: Princess St, Edinburgh EH1 2AB, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 131 222 8888
Built in 1903, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian is a historic icon in the heart of Edinburgh’s Princess Street and offers rooms with views of Edinburgh Castle in the city.
Address: 27 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin, Ireland
Phone: +353 1 663 4500
Looking out onto the glorious St. Stephen’s Green, The Shelbourne is perfectly positioned in the heart of Ireland’s capital. For nearly 200 years, it has been the center of the city’s social and cultural life and the favorite destination of visitors from around the world.
Your trip package includes: six night deluxe accommodations, your flight from Edinburgh to Dublin, all group events as indicated on the program agenda and transportation to and from the airport on the program dates.
Flight arrangements are not included in this package with exception to your flight from Edinburgh to Dublin. However, our travel agents will be more than happy to assist you. A service fee will apply. Our travel agents can be reached Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm at +1 800 726 5655 ext. 6.
All U.S. citizens need a valid passport to enter Scotland and Ireland. If you do not have a passport or your passport has expired, log onto www.state.gov for information on how to obtain a passport. Please be advised that obtaining your passport could take at least six weeks.
Please contact our Reservations department at +1 800 726 5655. If tickets are not purchased through NYS of the AUA, contact your travel agent or review the insurance options online with the airline carrier.
Scotland and Ireland are predominantly English-speaking countries.
The end of summer and beginning of Autumn typically has mild days and nights. Temperatures range from 65°F during the day and 50°F at night in Scotland and Ireland.
Comfortable, casual, and loose-fitting clothing and shoes are the key to relaxed travel. Clothes that do not wrinkle easily work best (i.e. khakis, dress slacks, casual blouses or sport shirts). Dressing in layers allows you to adjust to climate changes.
For sightseeing or tours, be sure to pack for comfort. Light cotton slacks, khakis, shorts, jeans, T-shirts and sport blouses/shirts work well. Sneakers and sandals are suggested.
Business casual attire is suggested for all Scientific Sessions and Welcome reception (jackets and ties optional).
Gala Attire – Cocktail.
The Pound sterling is the currency of Scotland and the Euro is the currency of Ireland.
In terms of gastronomic delights, Edinburgh does not fall short of the refinement so characteristic of the Scottish cuisine. It has distinctive attributes and recipes of it’s own, but shares with much wider British and European cuisine as a result of local and foreign influences. Scotland’s natural larder of game, dairy products, fish, fruit, and vegetables are the chief factor in traditional Scots cooking, with a high reliance on simplicity.
Ireland has a rich history of hearty and filling foods. With an abundance of land dedicated to sheep, cows and crops, as well as it’s simple coastline for fishing, Ireland has plentiful resources for fresh and local ingredients.
In Scotland and Ireland the power plugs and sockets are of type G. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
Scotland is in the UTC time zone +1 hour GMT. 6 hours ahead of ET.
Ireland is in the IST time zone + 1 hour GMT. 6 hours ahead of ET.
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- 18.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 18.00 Non-Physician Participation