New Guidelines-based e-course focuses on men’s health

27 June 2018

Get your comprehensive overview on relevant andrology updates via the new e-course, EAU Guidelines on Men’s Health, courtesy of the European School of Urology (ESU). The latest EAU Guidelines on non-neurogenic Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms (LUTS), infertility, sexual dysfunction, and hypogonadism were collated for this premiere e-course.

The course questions were developed, reviewed and revised by the Guidelines’ Panel Chairs and Assoc. Prof. Sabine Brookman-May (DE) in cooperation with the Young Academic Urologists (YAU) men´s health group and with the support of EAU’s e-learning specialists.

Course components

The ESU e-course is divided into Learning Modules consisting of multiple-choice questions. To choose the best answer per question, navigate to corresponding chapters in the Guidelines. This way, you will be able to review the most recent EAU Guidelines on men´s health, learn about recommended diagnostic procedures and treatment based on individual patient cases, and test your knowledge.

The e-course is available in English and will take approximately 90 to 120 minutes to finish. You are required to answer questions for the final assessment. A passing grade of 80% and above will guarantee you accreditation of two (2) European CME credits (ECMEC®).

You can stop anytime during the course if needed. To pick up where you left off, simply log-in again to proceed with the remaining questions. Take the e-course now!

Other e-courses

Increase your knowledge and accumulate more CME credits with other ESU e-courses with topics ranging from non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer, metastatic prostate cancer and more! Visit the ESU e-courses webpage for more information.

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