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Effect of an online opioid training course on prescription patterns for urologic surgeries


Meena Davuluri, MD, MPH, and Kara L. Watts, MD, discuss findings from a study published in Urology Practice.

In this interview, Meena Davuluri, MD, MPH, and Kara L. Watts, MD, discuss a recent Urology Practice study, “Impact of Mandated Opioid Online Training Course: Does It Impact Opioid Prescription Patterns for Outpatient Endoscopic Urologic Surgeries,” for which they served as study authors. Davuluri is a health care outcomes and research fellow at Weill Cornell Medicine Urology and clinical instructor of urology at NewYork Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital, and Watts is assistant professor of urology at Montefiore Medical Center.

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