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Transcript: Kelly Zamudio Urology Job Description Urologist- also known as genitourinary surgery, is the branch of medicine that focuses on the surgical and medical dieases of the male and female urinary tract system and the male reproductive organs Job Description Urologist also treat kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, and adrenal glands More about urology... More about urology... They also treat all parts of the male reproductive system, This system is made up of the penis, prostate, and testicles. Talking about the department of urology... Talking about the department of urology... Working Conditions Working Conditions Urologist typically work in private practices, hospitals, urology centers,and medical clinics. Lifestyle Consideration Consistently being on call Need to be able to leave any situation to attend your job Not able to spend time with family Always working Lifestyle Consideration Long Term employment outlook Employment opportunities for physicians and surgeons to increase 14% from 2014-2024 Long Term employment outlook Eduacation Eduacation After graduating from medical school, a urology residency is next. Urology residencies are a minimum of five years in length. Depending on the program, the time may be split by completing a two-year general surgery residency and three years focusing on urology training. At least 3 years of college Bachelor's degree in a field like Chemistry or Biology After medical school, complete residency 5 years of urology residency 2 years of general surgery 3 years of urology training Take MCAT Get licensed narrowed down... John Hopkins School of Medicine -Baltimore, Maryland #1 $47,284 us dollars Wash U School of Medicine -St. Louis, Massouri #4 $54,050 UC San Diego School of Medicine -La Jolla, California #5 $32,748 Best Colleges for my Career... Characteristics needed for your career... Characteristics needed for your career... Leadership Cooperation Self control Stress tolerant Adaptability and Flexibility Attention to detail Personality needed for Career... Personality needed for Career... Introverted- Sensing- Feeling- Perceptive Drawback of Career Drawback of Career Performing long surgeries Training long and hard hours Male domination Long hours of work Benefits of Career Benefits of Career High Pay 3rd highest paying specialty Advance Technology Help others Postive changes everyday Career Hours They are busy 65% of the time. They work more than 50 hours per week and 14% work more than 70 hours per work Career Hours Academic urologist do three times as much hospital work (11.2 hours per week) as private practice urologist (4.5 hours per week) More information... More information... bit more... bit more... Urology is the 3rd highest paying specialty. These specialist earn on average of $461,000 not including bonuses and benefits. Career Zone Wikipedia State University Study Gap Medics OwlGuru All 50 medical Prospective doctor Heathline Sources... Sources... .... ....


Transcript: Olivia Landau Urology 2nd Place - Twix 1st Place - M&Ms 3rd Place - Skittles What is Urology? SUMMARY Study of the Urinary system. Conditions a Urologist deals with: Adrenal gland conditions Bladder conditions and bladder leakage Cancer Genital birth defects Kidney conditions Penis and testis conditions Prostate conditions Urinary tract birth defects Example Condition Example condition Urotrauma Injury to the urinary tract or reproductive organ example condition 1 Symptoms can include: Dehydration, a weak/no urine stream, blood in urine, etc. Erectile Dysfunction Most common sex problem that men report to their Dr. "ED is defined as trouble getting or keep an erection that's firm enough for sex." example condition 2 Causes: Being over 50, being obese, smoking, etc. Symptoms include: low self-esteem, depression, mood changes,etc. FOCUS AREA 1 Education A Urologist does the following: Diagnose and treat diseases/disorders of the genitourinary organs and tracts Perform abdominal,pelvic, or retroperitoneal surgeries. Minimum Education *Obtain knowledge and specialize in both male and female genitourinary organs and tracts * Minimum education requirements Five years minimum as a urology resident Two-year minimum as a general surgery resident Three years focusing on general urology residency Roughly 13 years total Main courses Anatomy & Physiology Functional systems Medical cell biology Infectious disease Psychopathology Immunology Microbiology Bio chemistry & Genetics Behavioral sciences and medicine At least 3.8 to stay in most medical programs!! Must have: High School Diploma College choices School Choices University at Buffalo Tuition - $21,510 for a full-time resident John Hopkins Tuition - $48,710 FOCUS AREA 2 Qualifications Personality Required Skills Personality says it all... INTJ Excellent critical thinking skills Discipline & Attention to detail Driven to excel in subjects they are interested in Logical thinking Yes, because I am an Introvert Am I qualified for this Career? Focusing on the big picture Intellectual creativity Required Skills Good organizational Skills Excellent communication skills Ability to deal effectively with people of all ages Ability to lead and manage a team effectively Ability to cope with a busy and demanding role EMT training Not required: CNA certification But helpful FOCUS AREA 3 Pay & Future Outlook Salary $208,000 - $100/hour Salary: $151,758 - $470,830 Bonus: $7,946-$114,720 Benefits Sick/paid leave Vacation days Medical insurance Helping those in need!!! Lifestyle Salary would be beneficial to have a mid-size family Live comfortably Fast-paced lifestyle Could be in a superior position #1 #2 #3 There will always be a need for urologist Medicine and it's technology is always advancing Future Outlook There will always be research to be done Sources Https:// Https://


Transcript: Surgeries Works Cited Who do Urologist treat? A. Women B. Men C. Kids D. All of the above Definition Terms Radiation Therapy Chemotherapy Biological therapy Oral Medications Urethral Suppository Bed Wetting Bladder Infections Incontinence Erectile Dysfunction Kidney Stones Injury to the urinary systems Male Infertility Cancer: Prostate, bladder, kidneys, testicle This field corresponds with the... The Excretory System: which deals with the kidney, ureter, urinary bladder, and the urethra The Reproductive System: which deals with the male and female reproductive systems Urology Urologist Treat Question 3|479| Questions Urologist are both positions and surgeons They have over 15 years of schooling and training Urologist know about internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology and other medical areas Major Problems What body system does the field correspond with? A. Muscular & Nervous B. Excretory & Reproductive C. Circulatory & Lymphatic Is Erectile Dysfunction something that Urologist deal with? A. Yes B. No What Are Urologist? Question 4 Other Transurethral resection Radical cystectomy Segmental cystectomy Nephrectomy Radical Nephrectomy Radical Inguinal Orchiectomy Lymph Node Dissection Major Organs & Body Parts The branch of medicine that focuses on surgical and medical diseases of the male and female urinary tract system and the male reproductive organs. Although urology is classified as a surgical specialty, knowledge of internal medicine, pediatrics, gynecology, and other specialties is required by the urologist due to the wide variety of clinical problems in patients. Male Penis Testes Scrotum Prostate Question 2 Treatments Question One Female Kidneys Ureters Urethra Bladder Men Women Babies Older Women Older Men Doctors & Professionals How many years of schooling and training should a Urologist have? A. 4 B. 15 C. 8 Do Urologist treat cancer? A. Yes B. No Question 5 Background


Transcript: Bibliography Peckham, Carol. "Medscape Urologist Compensation Report 2015." Medscape Multispecialty. Medscape, 21 Apr. 2015. Web. 29 Oct. 2015. "Urologist: Job Description and Information About Becoming an Urologist." N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Oct. 2015. "Urologist Career." Career Research. N.p., 02 June 2014. Web. 30 Oct. 2015. "Urologist Job Description." State University. Net Industries, n.d. Web. 30 Oct. 2015. Provider Characteristics Self-employed urologists earn more over providers that work for a health care system. Career Advancements Some urinary illnesses need surgical intervention. These include bladder/prostate cancer and kidney diseases. Education Job Duties On average, urologists are salaried employees and annualy earn over $340,000. Treat illnesses that affect the urinary system (kidney stones, UTIs, etc) and genitourinary issues. Knowledge in proper charting and documentation Passion for patients and proper bedside manner Expertise and dedication to treating urinary illness Attend a four year undergraduate university Attend medical school for an additional four years and pass board examination Work under an attending physician as a resident for five years Continue learning as new technological developments occur Urology Compensation Various improvements in the OR New pharmacology standards Urologists are doctors, so they... Willing to learn through a lifetime Able to handle up to 125 patient visits a week Commit to long work hours (over 45 hours a week) However, the average income has decreased 1%.

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