Chapter 1. Knowing Yourself.- Chapter 2. Finding your first Job.- Chapter 3. The Role of the Educator.- Chapter 4. The Urologist as an Effective Administractive Leader.- Chapter 5. The Urologist as Researcher.- Chapter 6. Academic Roles: Inventor.- Chapter 7. Academic Role of the Collaborator.- Chapter 8. Patient Satisfaction.- Chapter 9. Managing the Operating Room: A Urologist's Guide to Enhancing Efficiency and Quality.- Chapter 10. Enhancing and Promoting Your Office Urology Practice.- Chapter 11. Coding and Billing.- Chapter 12. Time Management.- Chapter 13. Media and Social Media.- Chapter 14. Burnout, Happiness and Work-Life Balance.- Chapter 15. The Power of History and Leveraging Past Institutional Success .- Chapter 16. Re-evaluating Yourself
This book discusses the management of various aspects of the professional life of newly qualified urologists as well as more experienced urologists. It features clear, easy-to-read chapters covering various topics, including clinical and surgical patient care, administrative duties, and research despite the increasing constraints on time and resources in today's hectic practice environment.
Navigating Organized Urology: A Practical Guide systematically presents a range of practical strategies for a successful transition from trainee to practising urologist, while also offering more experienced urologists a fresh perspective on efficient management and successful adaptation of their practices for the modern age.
Stephen Y. Nakada is Chair and Uehling Professor of the Department of Urology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He is a national and international leader in the field of urology who has authored numerous publications and texts.
Sutchin R. Patel is an Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor at the Department of Urology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. He is an established and well-published urologist in private practice. The combination of knowledge and perspective of both editors allow them to cover the multiple aspects of an academic and private practice.