PCUS Survey: Determining educational priorities in primary care urology

Thank you if you participated in a previous survey led by the Primary Care Urology Society (PCUS), which provide invaluable insights into current UK practice.

The purpose of this current survey is for us to understand the spectrum of educational needs related to the primary care management of urological conditions and to ask for your involvement in the development of the PCUS educational strategy.  The findings from the questionnaire will also ensure study days in 2017 are focussed on the most relevant topics.

We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete the survey before Sunday 30th April and thank you in advance for your time.

Dr Jon Rees
Chair, Primary Care Urology Society


* 1. Name:

* 2. What is your current role?

* 3. Where is your current work location? (Please specify name of Surgery/Hospital & address/postcode)

* 4. From the list below, in which particular condition or conditions, would you say you are currently most interested? Please try and select a maximum of 4

* 5. For each of the conditions listed, where do you feel you may be currently lacking knowledge?

  Background/pathophysiology/aetiology Diagnosis Treatment options Monitoring Follow-up When to refer Managing co-morbidities Latest developments
Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Nocturia
Overactive Bladder (OAB)
Prostate Cancer
Testosterone Deficiency

* 6. For each of the conditions listed, where do you feel you may like further education?

  Background/pathophysiology/aetiology Diagnosis Treatment options Monitoring Follow-up When to refer Managing co-morbidities Latest developments
Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Nocturia
Overactive Bladder (OAB)
Prostate Cancer
Testosterone Deficiency

* 7. Would you be interested in providing education - if so, in what area would you have experience?

* 8. Is there anyone you would recommend for providing education to a peer group?

* 9. In terms of learning styles, which of the following do you find effective?  [Please tick your priority 4]

* 10. In your opinion, what do you think is the greatest challenge in improving primary care management of urological conditions?

* 11. Please provide any further comments/suggestions

Thank you for your time
 
This is a PCUS initiative, supported by Ferring Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
NOQ/689/2017/UK, Date of Preparation: March 2017

Please note your individual responses and details will be kept confidential to PCUS and will not be divulged to any third party.

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