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Dr. Malik evaluates quality of Reddit content on recurrent UTIs

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“I think we as urologists have to be proactive in providing information to our patients so that they avoid financial harm and potentially bodily harm from this sort of misinformation,” says Rena D. Malik, MD.

In this episode, Urology Times® Assistant Editor Janelle Hart spoke with Rena D. Malik, MD, about a study that was presented at the 2022 Society of Women in Urology Annual Clinical Mentoring Conference. The study investigates the quality of information regarding recurrent urinary tract infections on the social media platform Reddit. Malik is an assistant professor of surgery and director of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore.

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