Department of Urology

August 28, 2018

Celebrating a Successful 4th Annual Men’s Health Update

The 4th Annual Men’s Health Update, sponsored by the University of Washington School of Medicine, Department of Urology and the UW Medicine Office of Continuing Medical Education, drew over 100 participants to its Friday, August 24 and Saturday, August 25, 2018 sessions.

Sections included:

Male Voiding Dysfunction, moderated by Dr. Maahum Haider

Male Sexual, Hormonal and Reproductive Health, moderated by Dr. Thomas Walsh

Kidney Stones and Male Sexual Dysfunction, moderated by Dr. Robert Sweet

Prostate Cancer, moderated by Dr. Michael Porter

Topics varied from: Hypogonadism and testosterone replacement, to survivorship in prostate cancer patients, to mindfulness-based stress reduction for doctors.

The Men’s Health Update course was designed for the practicing community of primary care providers, urologists who seek updates on important clinical topics in Men’s Health, as well as for nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, fellows and residents.

Thank you to the organizers, presenters and participants who made this year’s Men’s Health Update a success!

Dr. Mathew Sorensen educates participants on the prevalence of kidney stones.

Dr. Mathew Sorensen educates participants on the prevalence of kidney stones.

Dr. Thomas Walsh speaks about erectile dysfunction and quality of life.

Dr. Thomas Walsh speaks about erectile dysfunction and quality of life.

Dr. Hunter Wessells speaks about penis dos and don'ts in primary care.

Dr. Hunter Wessells speaks about penis dos and don’ts in primary care.

Dr. Suzette Sutherland educates participants on stress urinary incontinence in women.

Dr. Suzette Sutherland educates participants on stress urinary incontinence in women.