Dorland Health Partners with UroMed to Provide Urology Health Continuing Education Series

Clinicians who want to learn more or participate in the program should visit:

Clinicians who want to learn more or participate in the program should visit:

Millions of Americans suffer from urology health-related issues every year. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, incontinence alone affects up to 25 million Americans, including 11 percent of those aged 65-74 and 16 percent of those over 75. Such prevalence makes urology health concerns a common part of coordinated treatment plans across a wide range of healthcare professionals.

Today, UroMed in partnership with Dorland Health [one of the nation’s leading providers of clinician CEU programs] has launched one of the largest CEU programs on Urologic Health available to medical professionals. Hollister Incorporated has also provided an educational grant to Dorland Health to assist in funding this series.

With this launch, you’ll see a few changes to our website on the home page, clinician education page and our blog. We’ve added links to help clinicians access the program with one click!  See the Clinician Continuing Education RSS feed to the right side of this post for details.

The Urology Health series offers 12 continuing education articles written by clinical experts from a wide range of health care organizations, including Kernan Rehabilitation Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Atlanta, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Texas Children’s Hospital, Rainbow Babies Hospital, Brooks Rehabilitation Hospital, MUSC Pediatric Oncology, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Metropolitan Urology and Penn State Hershey Rehabilitation Hospital.  

Each article is worth up to two hours of continuing education credits. The content, related to urology health, includes topics on:

  • Neurogenic Bladder
  • Spina Bifida
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Caregiving Issues

The Dorland Health continuing education series on urology health is applicable to the following types of healthcare professionals:

  • Case Managers
  • Clinical Nurses
  • Disability Management Specialists
  • Life Care Planners
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Urology Nurses
  • Rehabilitation Nurses
  • Social Workers
  • Wound Care Nurses

See the press release here:

Clinicians who want to learn more or participate in the program should visit:

Study: Major benefits for spina bifida surgery in the womb

A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine says that if a baby is operated on while still in the uterus, the most serious complications of the worst form of spina bifada, myelomeningocele, can be lessened.

“The reduced risk of hydrocephalus is by the far the biggest benefit of this surgery,” said Dr. Noel Tulipan, director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “I see these patients all the time and the thing that brings these patients back to the hospital over and over again are the shunts.”

Read CNN‘s full story on this topic at:

For more Spina Bifida information and resources, please visit UroMed’s main website: