Survey: Most medical schools do not have a clinical urology rotation

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“When we looked at the topics within urology that are covered, either in the preclinical or clinical years, what became very surprising to us is that these highly relevant topics like urologic emergencies, bladder drainage, and erectile dysfunction—less than 1 in 5 students had exposure to during medical school,” says Jessica Kreshover, MD.

In this video, Jessica Kreshover, MD, discusses the background and key findings of 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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