Are you planning to seek certification in the specialty of Urologic Nursing? If so; this course is designed as a study session to prepare participants for the urology certification exam. This is an adjunct to preparing for the exam in addition to utilizing the detailed Examination Preparation Guide prepared by CBUNA. The course will examine pediatric anomalies; urinary tract inflammations; voiding dysfunction; obstructive uropathies; male infertility and sexual dysfunction; and urologic cancers. The course will also include some test taking strategies. Participants are expected to have knowledge of normal anatomy and physiology; as these will not be covered in the course. With enrollment; participants will have access to an on-line anatomy and physiology course.
Describe one test taking strategy that should be utilized when taking certification exams.
Outline a comprehensive plan of care for patients with GU health related diagnosis.
Describe procedures used in diagnosing GU anomalies; disorders and diseases.
Articulate treatment options for various GU anomalies; disorders and diseases.
Discuss the anatomy of the lower urinary tract.
PhD., APRN, CUCNS,
Clinical Nurse Specialist and Director of Sexual Health,
NorthShore University Health System
MSN, AGPC-NP, CURN, CCCN,
UT Southwestern Medical Center