UF Health Urology Podcasts


The official podcast of UF Health provides engaging insight on today’s trending health care topics. Earn CME credits while learning about clinical issues and research advances from experts at UF Health Shands Hospital, one of the nation’s top academic health centers. Subscribe to UF Health MedEd Cast and join the conversation!

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Kevin J. Campbell, MD

Male Infertility

Kevin Campbell MD discusses male infertility. He shares the initial steps in the workup of male infertility, exploring medical therapies that optimize fertility and surgical options available to improve or restore male fertility.

Paul L. Crispen, MD

Improving Outcomes for Stage I Bladder Cancer

Paul Crispen MD defines recurrence rates in stage I bladder cancer. He characterizes established methods to decrease disease recurrence and helps us recognize barriers to implementing methods that improve outcomes.

PAUL L. CRISPEN, MD

Bladder Preservation Program

Paul Crispen MD discusses the bladder preservation program at UF Health Shands Hospital, examining current indications for radical cystectomy when treating bladder cancer. He helps us understand current indications for radical cystectomy when treating bladder cancer. He defines BCG refractory disease and treatment options outside of radical cystectomy for BCG refractory disease, and very importantly shares patient and tumor characteristics that are associated with improved outcomes.

Brian H. Ramnaraign, MD | Kathryn E. Hitchcock, MD, PhD | PAUL L. CRISPEN, MD

Multi-D Approach for Treating Stage II-III Bladder Cancer

In this panel discussion, Kathryn Hitchcock MD, PhD, Brian Ramnaraign MD, and Paul Crispen MD examine the multi-disciplinary approach for treating bladder cancer. They explain the treatment options available to patients with muscle invasive bladder cancer, when each are appropriate, and what approaches clinical trials are attempting to bring in. They also describe the experience of patients after cystectomy or bladder preservation, and the cancer-free and overall survival of patients in these populations.

Michael A. Dennis, jr., MD, FACS

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Michael Dennis, MD discusses benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). He helps us understand BPH in its role of causal symptomatology. He reviews the epidemiology and treatment modalities in BPH and shares an evidence-based knowledge of current and emerging therapies for BPH.

Padraic G. O’Malley, MSc, MD, FRCSC

Advanced Kidney Cancer Management

Padraic O’Malley MSc, MD discusses advanced kidney cancer management at UF Health Shands Hospital. He shares how they utilize surgery, radiation, and medical oncology therapies, some of the most exciting advanced surgical technologies, and how utilization of a multidisciplinary team has been ideal for managing these complex patients.

Li-Ming Su, MD, FRCS(Glasg)

Robotic Urologic Surgery Program

Li-Ming Su, MD discusses the robotic urologic surgery program at UF Health Shands Hospital. He shares how advancements in instrumentation and rapid adoption of robotic surgery is changing the landscape of urologic surgeries at UF Health Shands Hospital.  He examines the advantages of robotic surgery over conventional open and laparoscopic surgery and how the multitude of robotic surgical procedures are applied to oncologic procedures, female urology and reconstructive surgery.


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