“Listen. Be emphatic. Be transparent,” Pansy Uberoi, MD, MPH, advises in this interview.
In this interview, Una Lee, MD, and Pansy Uberoi, MD, MPH, discuss how clinicians can improve patients’ experiences with mesh mid-urethral sling surgery. Lee and Uberoi were study authors of, “Listening to women: a qualitative analysis of experiences after complications from mesh mid-urethral sling surgery,” which was published in Urology. Lee is a urologist at Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, Washington and assistant clinical professor of urology at the University of Washington, Seattle, and Uberoi is a fellow in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at Virginia Mason Medical Center.
How complications from mesh mid-urethral sling surgery affect patients
Group-based pelvic floor muscle training is noninferior to individual PFMT
Effect of an online opioid training course on prescription patterns for urologic surgeries