Sessions éducatives pour crédits supplémentaires et cours de pratique

Sessions éducatives

Time: 19:15 – 21:00
Location: Victoria Convention Centre – Saanich – Level 1
*Dinner will be served.

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  • Recognize early RCC disease stage symptoms and underlying risk factors associated with recurrence rates
  • Assess recent adjuvant RCC clinical trial data and their impact on current clinical practice
  • Identify key patient factors important for the consideration of adjuvant therapy in early stage RCC

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  • Discuss the importance of genetic testing for their patients with advanced prostate cancer.
  • Understand the efficacy and safety data from randomized control trials investigating PARPi in mCRPC
  • Apply the practical knowledge gained from real-world, case-based discussion surrounding PARPi use in
    patients with mCRPC

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Time: 07:45 – 08:50
Location: Victoria Convention Centre – Saanich – Level 1
*Hot Breakfast will be served.

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  • Overview of established mUC treatment landscape in Canada.
  • Exploring the changing landscape of mUC treatment and patientfactors that could affect treatment choices.
  • Discussing practical considerations for future treatment choices in mUC through patient case study.

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Time: 16:30 – 17:30
Location: Victoria Convention Centre – Saanich – Level 1
*Refreshments will be served.

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  • Gain comprehensive clinical insights into in-clinic experience with Radioligand Therapy (RLT) for metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC) in Canada.
  • Collect valuable perspectives to enhance internal practices within multidisciplinary teams, aiming to optimize the patient journey for individuals with mCRPC.
  • Review the latest clinical advancements and forthcoming clinical trials in RLT within the Canadian healthcare landscape.

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Time: 14:50 – 15:45
Location: Victoria Convention Centre – Plenary

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  • Review the latest evidence and discuss the optimal management for biochemical recurrence nmHSPC with high risk of disease progression.
  • Discuss the impact and challenges of incorporating ARPi and PSMA-PET imaging in nmHSPC management and how they change the subsequent treatment decisions.

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Time: 07:30 – 09:00
Location: Victoria Convention Centre – Plenary
*Hot Breakfast will be served.

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  • Review the latest evidence and discuss the optimal management for biochemical recurrence nmHSPC with high risk of disease progression.
  • Discuss the impact and challenges of incorporating ARPi and PSMA-PET imaging in nmHSPC management and how they change the subsequent treatment decisions.

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Cours de pratique

Time: 19:00 – 21:00
Location: Victoria Convention Centre – Oak Bay 1/2 – Level 1
*Dinner will be served.

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  • Review optimal patient counselling techniques
    when presenting third-line treatment options for
    medication-refractory idiopathic overactive
    bladder (OAB).
  • Acquire practical pearls on optimization of
    onabotulinumtoxinA procedure and other
    treatment considerations.
  • Apply onabotulinumtoxinA injection techniques
    with bladder models.


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Time: 7:00 – 9:00
Location: The Fairmont Empress Hotel – Crystal Ballroom – Upper Lobby Level
*Hot breakfast will be served.

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OBJECTIVES
A workshop on adult male anterior urethral stricture, including video demonstrations, lecture presentation, hands on product demonstration (Optilume Urethral DCB), case discussion, clinical data, and societal urethral stricture guideline updates. It is intended to give urologists and urology care practitioners an opportunity to interact actively with subject matter experts, learn of the latest clinical and guideline updates, and the latest technologies available, as well as discuss their own work in the field of urethral stricture.

TARGET AUDIENCE
This workshop should be attended by urologists, urology residents, medical students and nurses interested in (and who deal with) adult male urethral stricture.

AGENDA ITEMS
  1. Anatomy of the male urethra
  2. Natural History of Urethral Stricture
  3. Optimizing endoscopic management of urethral stricture
    • Endoscopic care options
    • Urethral reconstruction, when?
    • A patients perspective, what choice?
    • Supporting clinical evidence
    • What about the guidelines?
  4. Advances in technology for the management of anterior urethral stricture
    • Medical therapies
    • Mechanical treatments
    • echanical and medical therapy – an alternative?
    • Supporting evidence and guidelines
  5. Optilume Urethral Drug Coated Balloon (DCB)
    • Clinical indications and key messaging
    • Mode of action
    • Procedural step-by-step
    • Supporting clinical evidence and guidelines
    • Hands-on product demonstration
    • Summary
  6. The future of urethral stricture management
  7. Closing comments and audience questions

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Time: 17:00 – 19:00
Location: The Fairmont Empress Hotel – Crystal Ballroom – Upper Lobby Level
*Dinner will be served.

DIDACTIC (17:00-17:45)

HANDS-ON COURSE (17:45-19:00)

Three stations where we will sequentially go through the following at each station:

  • Renal imaging
  • Renal access
  • Tract dilation

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Earn extra Section 1 Group Learning Credits by participating in the following educational sessions and hands-on course.  Attendance is complimentary, but RSVP is required!

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