Canadian Urological Association Journal

Welcome to CUAJ - Canada's urology journal for urologists and related specialists!

CUAJ is a a peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to promoting the highest standard of urological patient care through the publication of timely, relevant, evidence-based research and advocacy information. 

This month: Physician burnout has been linked to decreased job performance, increased medical errors, interpersonal conflicts, and depression. Franc-Guimond et al aimed to evaluate the prevalence of urologist burnout and recommend preventative measures. Also, we feature the Canadian Urological Association/Pediatric Urologists of Canada guideline on the investigation and management of antenatally detected hydronephrosis and our first CUA-supported orphan topic supplement of 2018, "Transitioning Children with Urological Issues Into Adulthood."

And don't forget to visit our list of CPD-accredited papers. There are a total of 7 hours of Section 3 credits currently available!

Coming up: 2018 Canadian Urological Association guideline for Peyronie's disease and congenital penile curvature (May 2018; Epub available) and a supplement on Chronic Urologic Care (June 2018).

 



Vol 12, No 4 (2018): CUAJ April

Table of Contents

Éditorial

Truth and consequences — The issue with standards and guidelines
Martin A. Koyle
79-80

CUA News/Actualités AUC

Credible medical information: Is the internet a patient's best friend?
Gerald B. Brock
83
Crédibilité des renseignements médicaux : Internet est-il le meilleur ami des patients?
Gerald B. Brock
144

Residents' Perspective

CUA-USANZ exchange: Melbourne 2017
Alice Yu
84

CUA Guideline

Canadian Urological Association/Pediatric Urologists of Canada guidelines on the investigation and management of antenatally detected hydronephrosis
John-Paul Capolicchio, Luis H. Braga, Konrad M. Szymanski
85-92

Research Letter

Roderick Clark, Blayne Welk
95-7

Original Research

Nahid Punjani, Roderick Clark, Jonathan Izawa, Joseph Chin, Stephen E. Pautler, Nicholas Power
98-103
Gregory W. Hosier, Naji J. Touma
104-9
Michael Chua, Jessica Ming, Shang-Jen Chang, Joana Dos Santos, Niraj Mistry, Jan Michael Silangcruz, Mark Bayley, Martin A. Koyle
112-8
Michael Chua, Jessica Ming, Shang-Jen Chang, Joana Dos Santos, Niraj Mistry, Jan Michael Silangcruz, Mark Bayley, Martin A. Koyle
E169-81
X. Melody Qu, D. Robert Siemens, Alexander V. Louie, Darwin Yip, Aamer Mahmud
119-25
Ahmed Ibrahim, Shadi Badaan, Mostafa M. Elhilali, Sero Andonian
127-30
Ryan K. Flannigan, Andrew Battison, Shubha De, Mitchell R. Humphreys, Markus Bader, Ekaterina Lellig, Manoj Monga, Ben H. Chew, Dirk Lange
131-6
Melanie Walker, R. Christopher Doiron, Simon D. French, Deb Feldman-Stewart, D. Robert Siemens, William J. Mackillop, Christopher M. Booth
E182-90
Ogi Solaja, Thomas A.A. Skinner, Thomas B. McGregor, D. Robert Siemens
E191-6

Review

Julie Franc-Guimond, Brian McNeil, Steven M. Schlossberg, Amanda C. North, Alp Sener
137-42

Commentary

Advancing Canadian Urological Association guidelines using GRADE
Philipp Dahm, Jane Lewis, Shahnaz Sultan
93-4
Job market for graduating urologists
Omar Nazif
110-1
Predictors of lymph node status in penile cancer: High-quality administrative datasets give us insight into what’s happening in our own backyard
Luke T. Lavallée
126

Classified Announcement

Miramichi Regional Hospital, NB
 
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Alberta Health Services & University of Calgary
 
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