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The NICE primary care referral guideline for suspected bladder or renal cancer
The NICE primary care referral guideline for suspected bladder or renal cancer helps GPs identify the signs and symptoms, in addition to visible haematuria, that warrant referral for further investigation. In this article Mia Schmidt-Hansen and William Hamilton, who helped develop the guideline, describe the evidence and thinking behind the recommendations… Read more
The ‘Innovation in Urology’ day
This RSM Urology Section meeting, held on Friday 26 February 2016, was aimed at illustrating current innovations, exploring the process for generating ideas, their implementation and development by industry or funding bodies and how those championing new developments should interact with the regulatory process, especially NICE. It is summarised in this report… Read more