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Guideline of Guidelines

Many of us have developed an addiction to sports this summer. The World Cup football in Brazil with its continuous party spirit, the lush green lawns of Wimbledon and then the Test series between India and England. Our Web Editor could not contain himself: Amidst all the fun and excitement, three important pieces of news […]

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Canadian Urological Association 69th Annual Meeting on the Rock

June 27 to July 1, 2014 saw close to 900 Canadian urologists & associates come together in the country’s most easterly city – St John’s, Newfoundland – for the 69th annual Canadian Urological Association meeting (https://www.cua.org/). As ‘Newfies’ have a well-established reputation in our country for their extreme friendliness, unique traditions and ability to throw […]

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Digital Doctor Conference 2013

Digital consumerism is progressing relentlessly and whilst the advantages of new technology are evident in our personal lives, there is a palpable air of concern amongst the medical profession. “The Digital Doctor” team are positively embracing the benefits of moving healthcare into a new era and hope to direct the use of new technology in […]

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Beyond our wildest dreams

In this podcast Prokar Dasgupta summarises the success of the BJUI over 2013. For more on podcasts, including how to record your own, go to Podcasts Made Simple.   If anyone had suggested to me in January 2013 that our full article downloads would increase by 15% and the Melbourne Consensus Statement on PSA testing would be […]

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Technological Innovation in the BJUI

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 invasion to reduce the trauma of access to our patients. One would have thought that the advent of drugs for BPH and OAB would perhaps reduce our […]

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Urological oncology in the BJUI

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 different ideas and sources. Effective leadership in our specialty certainly requires technical innovations in surgical treatments, but also pivotal roles in improving the process of diagnosis, staging, patient counselling, multi-modal therapy, […]

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Web and Social Media Content

If you would like to submit a blog, picture quiz or poll, please email your suggestion to the editorial team.   Blog Contributors Peter Acher Timothy Averch Ravi Barod Marni Basto Christopher Bayne Nishant Bedi Jaimin Bhatt Emma Birch Marc Bjurlin David Bouchier-Hayes Matt Bultitude Ben Challacombe Janice Cheng Simon Chowdury Amanda Chung Noel Clarke […]

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Social media @BJUIjournal – what a start!

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 transitioned to a new editorial team. After 10 years of progress under John Fitzpatrick, it was clear that we are now working in a much-changed […]

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Social media @BJUIjournal: what a start!

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 transitioned to a new editorial team. After ten years of progress under Professor John Fitzpatrick, it was clear that we are now working […]

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