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Roger Kirby*, Ben Challacombe*†, Simon Hughes*†, Simon Chowdhury*† and Prokar Dasgupta*† *The Prostate Centre, London W1 and †Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust [...]
Time waits for no man St. Marher, 1225 Urology is arguably the leading technology driven surgical specialty. This is no accident. As surgeons we have always looked towards minimal [...]
Urological oncology is increasingly multi-disciplinary, and hence competitive for high impact thought leadership. Innovation leading to paradigm changes may come from a number of d[...]
Although urological oncology is by far our largest section, it has increasingly become evident to us that the most cited part of the BJUI is functional urology. While this may come[...]
Dirk DeRidder, BJUI Associate Editor, explains the functional urology section in the BJUI and discusses new and exciting BJUI topics. You can also find out about the focus of the B[...]
I was born in the ‘Eighties’. I was a teenager when the Internet first became accessible to the general public and a medical student when Facebook was launched in 2004. It seems im[...]
The BAUS annual meeting in Manchester proved hugely enjoyable and notable for the high level of educational content and the quality of the speakers involved. There was a clear emph[...]
        Quoc-Dien Trinh, BJUI Associate Editor for Health Services Research talks about the importance of social media in urology.[...]
When Prokar Dasgupta assumed the role of new Editor-in-Chief of the BJUI in January 2013, he outlined his vision and some of the major changes that the Journal would make as it tra[...]
The BJUI has been very pleased with the large amount of social media activity we have seen across our various platforms since January 2013 when the new-look Journal was introduced.[...]