Urology Times blog

How emotional intelligence can enhance the provider-patient relationship“Fostering emotional intelligence among providers supports the provision of high-quality and compassionate care,” writes Adele M. Caruso, DNP, CRNP.
A chief urology resident’s 7 lessons in leadership"Learning from my junior residents means realizing that sometimes, maybe even oftentimes, they may know more than I do," writes Amy Pearlman, MD.
Why you should consider a PA to first assist in surgeryUT blogger Lisa Kerr, PA-C, makes her case for using physician assistants to first assist on surgical procedures.
Quality improvement: Why residents should get involvedIn this blog post, urology resident Nirmish Singla, MD, discusses the hidden gains that quality improvement initiatives can offer. Read his blog post.
My $4.07 check from an insurer: A sign of the times
My $4.07 check from an insurer: A sign of the timesUrologist Henry Rosevear, MD, recalls some of his experiences working with government-sponsored health care programs.
The transgender community: Urology has a role and responsibility"The fear of a hypothetical situation should not be used to place restrictions on the life of one of our transgender patients," writes Henry Rosevear, MD.
The most valuable lesson of my residencyAs she nears the end of her residency, Amy Pearlman, MD, reflects on what stressful moments from her time in urology have taught her.
What urologists can learn from orthopods: Understanding bundled payments
AUA 2016: Reflections on mentors, MRI fusion, and moreThe AUA annual meeting provided learning experiences for Henry Rosevear, MD, on multiple levels. Here are eight observations he brought home from San Diego.
The season for meetings: Why I attend them (and why you should too)With the AUA annual meeting beginning Friday, UT blogger Adele M. Caruso, MSN, CRNP, reflects on the benefits of professional meeting attendance.