Urine Control: Patient perspective on OAB management

Details & Video

This program offers participants downloadable slides and a program worksheet. View the PROGRAM MATERIALS tab for more information.

Video Time: 30 minutes
Accreditation-CME Credits: This online 1-credit-per-hour Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 0.5 Mainpro+ credits.
Target Audience: Family Physicians
Program available until: May 25, 2021

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Overview & Objectives

Urine Control: Patient perspective on OAB management

Target Audience: Family Physicians.

Available until May 25, 2021

 

This program was developed by the Canadian Collaborative Research Network.

 

OAB is a well-known condition, but its true burden on patients is not fully recognized.

This program explores the impact of OAB, and navigates diagnosis and treatment decisions. A real patient case helps provide insight on the patient perspective and highlights the impact of OAB on daily life.

 

Learning Objectives:

 

  • Recognize the burden of OAB on patients’ daily lives
  • Individualize treatment using recommendations from the 2017 Canadian Urological Association (CUA) guidelines and modify treatment when necessary
  • Identify and address concerns regarding the treatment of elderly patients
  • Engage and motivate patients to understand their condition and have appropriate treatment expectation



Accreditation

Available until May 25, 2021

This online 1-credit-per-hour Self-Learning program has been certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada for up to 0.5 Mainpro+ credits.

Upon completion of this program, you will receive your accreditation certificate by email.



Planning Committee

Planning Committee

Dean Elterman
Dean Elterman


Alan Bell
Alan Bell


Andre Belanger
Andre Belanger


Ted Jablonski
Ted Jablonski


Faculty

Faculty

Dean Elterman
Dean Elterman

Sponsorship

This program has been developed by the Canadian Collaborative Research Network, a not-for-profit physician organization, and is supported through an educational grant received from Astellas Canada.



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