JK Wyatt Urology Residents Research Day

2023 Residents Day

Friday, May 26, 2023

In-Person at King's College, London, ON

7:00-8:00 am Registration

8:00 am - 2:30 pm Research Day

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Apply evidence-based medicine to resident education
  2. Recognize the impact of social media and non-traditional methods on patient interactions
  3. Discuss prostate cancer screening and improvements in prostate cancer care
  4. Review clinical and basic research projects conducted by Western University trainees in the following              subspecialty areas:  Oncology, Andrology, Endourology, Urinary Voiding Dysfunction, Transplantation and Pediatric Urology

Guest Speaker Talks by Dr. Stacy Loeb

Talk #1:  "Plant Based Diet and Urological Health "
Learning Objectives:  
i) To discuss the benefits of plant-based diets in urological cancers
ii) To examine the role of plant-based nutrition in benign urological conditions

Talk #2:  "Promise and Peril of Digital Health in Prostate Cancer"
Learning Objectives: 
i) To assess the ways that digital platforms are helpful for prostate cancer management, education and research
ii) To identify the limitations and potential harms of digital platforms in prostate cancer

Guest Lecturer, Dr. Jessica Prodger

The Neovaginal Microenvironment in Transfeminine People who have had Penile Inversion Vaginoplasty"
Learning Objectives:
i) Examine the importance of tissue origin and environment
ii) Describe the neovaginal microbiome
iii) Identify possible behaviours/exposures that may influence the neovaginal microbiome