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FPMRS Fellows Lecture Series

The FPMRS Fellows Lecture Series is a new monthly webinar series for fellows. The webinars will be held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 8:00 pm Eastern and will provide supplemental education on core topics of a basic curriculum common to all programs.

 

Upcoming Webinars

 

Updates in Uterine-Preserving Surgery

DateApril 26, 2022
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerCecile Ferrando, MD | Cleveland Clinic
ModeratorJackie Kikuchi, MD | Johns Hopkins University

The purpose of this webinar is to describe techniques of uterine-preserving surgery and to provide updates on the evidence that currently exists for these procedures.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe techniques used to perform uterine-preserving surgery
  2. Compare outcomes of the different uterine-preserving surgeries  
  3. Review the most up-to-date literature on uterine-preservation at the time of pelvic organ prolapse surgery 

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The Good, The Bad, The Internet: Pelvic Health Physical Therapy

DateMay 24, 2022
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerKatherine Miles, DPT | Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

This webinar was created to review the fundamentals of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy and its role as part of comprehensive care for patients with Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions. Learn how to further develop professional resources and identify appropriate referral sources in your area.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the basic components of a Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (PHPT) examination.
  2. Identify the role of Pelvic Health Physical Therapy (PHPT) as part of a multidisciplinary team. 
  3. Develop a professional "tool kit" for your patients with Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions (PFDs). 
  4. Define how to find Pelvic Health Physical Therapists (PHPTs) in your area. 

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Vulvar Dermatoses

DateJuly 26, 2022
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerKaterina Shvartsman, MD | Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
ModeratorJoy Wheat, MD | Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

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Urethral Anatomy

DateAugust 23, 2022
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerRoger Dmochowski, MD, MMHC | Vanderbilt University Medical Center
ModeratorJoel Winer, MD | NorthShore Health / University of Chicago

This webinar will address the lack of understanding and knowledge in pelvic floor ultrasound imaging that has limited the utility of pelvic floor imaging in urogynecology. We will review Pelvic Floor Anatomy, Instrumentation, 2D/3D Endovaginal pelvic floor US imaging of the levator ani muscles and Birth trauma, Evaluation of defecatory dysfunction, 2D/3D and functional US imaging of Vaginal Slings and urethral bulking agents.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the basic methodology of 2D transperineal and 2D/3D Endovaginal pelvic floor ultrasound
  2. Identify how Pelvic floor imaging can help evaluate lower urinary tract and urinary incontinence.
  3. Recite how Pelvic floor imaging can help evaluate bowel symptoms and obstructed defecation.

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Incorporating Pelvic Floor Ultrasound Into Your Practice

DateOctober 25, 2022
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerS. Abbās Shobeiri, MD | Inova Health System
ModeratorSara Hamade, MD | Inova Fairfax Hospital

This webinar will address the lack of understanding and knowledge in pelvic floor ultrasound imaging that has limited the utility of pelvic floor imaging in urogynaecology. We will review Pelvic Floor Anatomy, Instrumentation, 2D/3D Endovaginal pelvic floor US imaging of the levator ani muscles and Birth trauma, Evaluation of defecatory dysfunction, 2D/3D and functional US imaging of Vaginal Slings and urethral bulking agents

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the basic methodology of 2D transperineal and 2D/3D Endovaginal pelvic floor ultrasound
  2. Identify how Pelvic floor imaging can help evaluate lower urinary tract and urinary incontinence.
  3. Recite how Pelvic floor imaging can help evaluate bowel symptoms and obstructed defecation.  

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Neurogenic Bladder Physiology

DateNovember 15, 2022
Time8 pm Eastern (7 pm Central, 5 pm Pacific)
SpeakerChristian Winters, MD |  Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
ModeratorPeter Aziz, MD | Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center

COMING SOON
 

Looking for more webinars for fellows? In 2020, AUGS, SGS and SUFU created a limited webinar series to engage fellows in supplemental learning during the COVID-19 crisis. The series features virtual didactic lectures that align with the FPMRS Guide to Learning given by world-renowned faculty in urology and gynecology. A case-based panel discussion and Q&A session follows each lecture.

Access the webinars here.

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