The Urological Institute of Northeastern New York is excited to welcome our attendees back to Saratoga Springs for our 19th Annual Current Concepts in Men's Health Course, sponsored by Albany Medical College. Our meeting is currently being planned in accordance with all state, local, and CDC protocols and guidelines. We believe these policies will allow us to gather together in a safe and enjoyable manner, and we look forward to sharing more about the meeting with you over the upcoming months.
Part of the educational process is the fellowship and interaction which takes place between peers when the scientific presentations are done Ė be a part of the coming together of our community in a beautiful and scenic setting, knowing that we are carefully adhering to all requirements to ensure the safety and well-being of our attendees and industry supporters.
The history of the Current Concepts in Menís Health started in 2001 when the Albany Medical College Division of Urology partnered with industry to discuss treatment options for prostate cancer and new pharmacological agents for erectile dysfunction. After several years, the meeting became a popular summer event to advance knowledge on several more areas of menís health including bladder cancer, benign prostate disease, nephrolithiasis, reconstructive urology, and andrology topics. Over time, we have increased the number of invited national faculty, but have also incorporated many members of the Upstate regional urology teaching faculty to participate in the conference while giving state-of-the-art lectures on current topics related to menís health.
See the great things that attendees have said about the course:
"Great faculty. Open and informative. Very enjoyable and a valuable learning experience."
"Great location/venue, excellent faculty and guest lecturers-I enjoy coming each year."
"Relevant and up to date information...informal meeting and good opportunity for discussion."
"Excellent lectures, good length and plenty of time for discussion."
"Great venue and speakers."
"Easy to interact with speakers."
Preliminary Topics to be Covered:
Early Localized Prostate Cancer
Advanced Prostate Cancer
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