1,800 Seconds™ in Overactive Bladder Management (OAB) is a new, online CME educational activity for clinicians who diagnose and manage patients with OAB. The activity is presented free of charge, and is jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and Catamount Medical Education, and is supported by an independent educational grant from Astellas.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / PRURGENT
January 19, 2016
A new video-based online educational activity, 1,800 Seconds™ in Overactive Bladder Management has recently launched. Overactive bladder (OAB) is a chronic condition that affects approximately 33 million Americans aged 18 years or older. Incorporating the most recent evidence related to OAB, this important educational activity is designed to improve the identification, diagnosis, and management of patients with OAB, with the ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes.
Any clinician who identifies and cares for patients with OAB is welcome to view the video for free. Clinicians can log in to the 30 minute (1800 seconds) enduring session and see and hear an OAB expert provide practical insights on the diagnosis and management of OAB. Participation is easy – to access the activity, simply click the link for this OAB program at either http://www.cmeuniversity.com/course/disclaimer/112134, or https://learning.freecme.com/attendee/view_program.jsp?programCode=20532P2cDnCq. A downloadable audio-only version of the activity is also available via either link.
Matt T. Rosenberg, MD, Medical Director, Family Medicine at Mid-Michigan Health Centers is the expert faculty for this educational activity. Dr. Rosenberg has a special interest in the medical management of urologic diseases. He has authored and coauthored articles appearing in International Journal of Clinical Practice, The Journal of Urology, BJU International, Urology and other peer-reviewed journals. In 2007 he was the editor for a supplement edition of the Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine entitled “Medical Urology for the Primary Care Provider.” In 2008 he was the editor of a similar supplement for the Canadian Journal of Urology. He is currently the section editor of Urology for the International Journal of Clinical Practice in addition to being a reviewer for several other national and international journals. In 2011 he was appointed by the AUA Office of Education to be the Coordinator of Primary Care Education.
“1,800 Seconds™ in Overactive Bladder Management is intended for the practicing clinician and provides current data and best practices on the identification of OAB, and an evaluation of current and emerging therapeutic options. It also provides insights on ways to improve patient adherence to OAB treatment regimens,” said Dr. Rosenberg.
Along with the expert faculty, Dr. Matt T. Rosenberg, this educational activity is jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (www.pimed.com) and Catamount Medical Education (www.catmeded.com). The activity is supported by an independent educational grant from Astellas (www.astellas.us).
Contact Jennifer Green for more information at jgreencatmeded.com or call at 860.661.4164.
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