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Podcast: NICE Guidance. Pelvic floor dysfunction: prevention and non-surgical management

Part of the BURST/BJUI podcast series

Miss Sanya Caratella is a CT2 in urology in the East Midlands.

British Urology Researchers in Surgical Training (BURST) is a research collaborative primarily of urological researchers in the UK. Their aim is to produce high impact multi-centre audit and research which can improve patient care.

Podcast: NICE Guidance. Urinary tract infection in under 16s: diagnosis and management

Part of the BURST/BJUI podcast series

Mr Harmony Uwadiae is an CT2 in Urology in the East Midlands Deanery and also a member of BURST.

British Urology Researchers in Surgical Training (BURST) is a research collaborative primarily of urological researchers in the UK. Their aim is to produce high impact multi-centre audit and research which can improve patient care.

Podcast: NICE Guidance on urinary incontinence in neurological disease

Part of the BURST/BJUI podcast series

Eunice Ter Zuling is a core surgical trainee in South Yorkshire, UK and BURST member. Here she discusses the NICE guidance on urinary incontinence in neurological disease, published in 2021 (https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg148). To contribute a podcast please go to bursturology.com/opportunities.

British Urology Researchers in Surgical Training (BURST) is a research collaborative primarily of urological researchers in the UK. Their aim is to produce high impact multi-centre audit and research which can improve patient care.

Podcast: Comparing outcomes of transperineal to transrectal prostate biopsies performed under local anaesthesia

Part of the BURST/BJUI podcast series

John Hayes is a Urology Clinical Research Fellow at the Lister Hospital, UK
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The article, published in BJUI Compass, compares and reviews the outcomes of transperineal prostate biopsies with transrectal biopsies performed under local anaesthesia. A review of the relevant published literature is presented.

Podcast: The IDENTIFY Study

Part of the BURST/BJUI podcast series

Podcast:  The IDENTIFY Study: The investigation and detection of urological neoplasia in patients referred with suspected urinary tract cancer; a multicentre observational study 

Mr Sinan Khadhouri is a Specialty Registrar in Urology in the East of Scotland and currently doing his PhD at the University of Aberdeen. He is also the co-vice chair of BURST and the lead trainee on IDENTIFY.

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Podcast: Early outcomes of single‐port robot‐assisted radical prostatectomy: lessons learned from the learning‐curve experience

Part of the BURST/BJUI podcast series

Arjun Nathan is an ST1 in Urology in North London and NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow with the Royal College of Surgeons. He is also the BURST Treasurer and committee member.
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Podcast: Survival following cytoreductive nephrectomy: a comparison of existing prognostic models

Part of the BURST/BJUI Podcast Series

Mr Kenneth MacKenzie MBChB, FRCS (Urol) is a ST7 in Urology in North East England and BURST committee member.

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Podcast: Prostate Health Index and mpMRI to predict PCa grade reclassification in AS

Part of the BURST/BJUI Podcast Series

Mr Joseph Norris is a Specialty Registrar in Urology in the London Deanery. He is currently undertaking an MRC Doctoral Fellowship at UCL, under the supervision of Professor Mark Emberton. His research interest is prostate cancer that is inconspicuous on mpMRI.

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Residents’ podcast: MIMIC Study

Part of the BURST/BJUI Podcast Series

Mr Chuanyu Gao is a Core Surgical Trainee in KSS Deanery. He graduated from UCL Medical School and obtained his iBSc in Surgical Sciences before completing his Academic Foundation Years in East of England Foundation School. Chuanyu first became involved with BURST on the MIMIC Study as an international site coordinator and has been part of the BURST committee ever since. 

Factors associated with spontaneous stone passage in a contemporary cohort of patients presenting with acute ureteric colic: results from the Multi‐centre cohort study evaluating the role of Inflammatory Markers In patients presenting with acute ureteric Colic (MIMIC) study

Taimur T. Shah*†‡§, Chuanyu Gao*, Max Peters, Todd Manning**, Sophia Cashman*, Arjun Nambiar*, Marcus Cumberbatch*††, Ben Lamb*, Anthony Peacock‡‡, Marieke J. Van Son, Peter S. N. van Rossum, Robert Pickard§§, Paul Erotocritou¶¶, Daron Smith***, Veeru Kasivisvanathan*‡ and British Urology Researchers in Surgical Training (BURST) Collaborative MIMIC Study Group

 

*British Urology Researchers in Surgical Training (BURST), London, UK, Division of Surgery and Cancer, Imperial College London, Division of Surgery and Interventional Science, University College London, §Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial Health NHS Trust, London, UK, Department of Radiation Oncology, Cancer Center, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands, **Australian Young Urology Researchers Organisation (YURO), Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia, ††Academic Urology Unit, University of Shefeld, Shefeld, ‡‡Information Services Division, University College London (UCL), London, §§Department of Urology, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK, ¶¶Department of Urology, Whittington Hospital, and ***Department of Urology, UCL Hospital, London, UK

 

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