Dr. Kreshover on improving urology exposure in medical school


“I think what becomes important with this is how we need to do our part in terms of not only engaging our non-urology colleagues to help in educating them about these most common problems in urologic conditions, but also really become [advocates] at the medical school level,” says Jessica Kreshover, MD.

In this video, Jessica Kreshover, MD, shares the take-home message from the recent Urology Practice paper, “Urologic Education in United States Medical Schools: Where Are We now and How Can We do Better?” Kreshover is an assistant professor at Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, New Hyde Park, New York.

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