|Executive Committee Roster
Circumcision Policy Statement
Male Circumcision Technical Report
Circumcision Speaking Points
NEW! Web tool helps tailor
follow-up care of childhood
What is a Pediatric Urologist?
Clarification of Log Requirement
Consensus Statement on
Management of Intersex Disorders
Standardization of Terminology
for Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction
Archived SOU Scientific Programs
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Online Pediatric Self-Assessment
The ESPU, in collaboration with the
ABU Pediatric Exam Committee,
offers an internet-based Pediatric
Self-Assessment Program available
free of charge as a member benefit
for SPU and AAP Section on Urology
members. Please click on this
and sign up.
Section Membership Roster
The membership roster is for
update contact information.
You may also make changes
online on MyAAP.
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UTI Guidelines -- Section Response -- and more ... !!
AAP launches workforce survey of sections
Researchers Can Receive
Up to $35,000 Annually to Help Repay
The 2013 application cycle for the National Institutes of Health's Loan Repay-
ment Programs (LRPs) is now open. The LRPs repay the outstanding
student loans of researchers who are or will be conducting nonprofit bio-
medical or behavioral research. Opportunities are available in five research
areas--clinical, pediatric, health disparities, contraception and infertility and
clinical research for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. New LRP
contracts are awarded for a two-year period and repay up to $35,000 of
qualified educational debt annually. Tax offsets also are provided as addi-
tional benefits. Participants may apply for competitive renewals, which are
issued for one or two years. Undergraduate, graduate, medical school, and
other health professional school loans qualify for repayment. An NIH grant
or other NIH funding is not required to apply for or participate in the LRPs.
Information can be found at http://www.lrp.nih.gov.
got transition? is a national resource for health care professionals,
families, youth and state policy makers focusing on a young adult's transition
from pediatric to adult health care. This site serves as the basis for an infor-
mation exchange about health care transition, particularly as pertaining to
youth with special health care needs.
Upcoming Events in Pediatric Urology
The 2013 Pediatric Urology Fall Congress
Sponsored by the SPU in collaboration with AAP, ICCS, SFU, ESPU & AAPU
September 19-22, 2013
Aria Resort and Casino, Las Vegas, NV
Meeting Details at SOU Calendar of Events
Abstract Submission Closed
William C Hulbert Jr MD FAAP
Saul Greenfield MD FAAP
J C Austin MD FAAP
Paul F Austin MD FAAP
Douglas Canning MD FAAP
Gregory Dean MD FAAP
Eugene Minevich MD FAAP
John C Pope IV MD FAAP
Julian H Wan MD FAAP
Craig Peters MD FAAP
Immediate Past Chair
Eugene Minevich MD FAAP
2013 Program Chair
Earl Cheng MD FAAP
Mark Adams MD FAAP
Kathleen Kuk Ozmeral, Mgr
Div of Hospital & Surgical Svcs
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Alerts about the 2013-2014
Increase in Medicaid Payment
Rates for Primary Care and
Immunization Services that are
part of the Affordable Care Act
Pediatric Urology Subspecialty Certification Exam Information
Applications for the 2014 American Board of Urology Pediatric Urology Subspecialty Certification Examination will be available on the ABU website: www.abu.org on August 1, 2013. A completed application, practice log of twelve months in length, documentation of a current valid medical license, documentation of 30 hours of Category 1 pediatric urology focused CME hours earned within two years immediately preceding the application deadline, and an application fee of $2500 must be submitted to the Board office by September 30, 2013. Late applications will be accepted with a $750 late fee from October 1-October 15, 2013. No applications will be accepted after October 15, 2013.
Candidates for subspecialty certification must be in the active practice of pediatric urology and have completed at least 24 months in a pediatric urology training program. Applicants will be required to provide the Board with an electronic log of 12 months in length. All logs must demonstrate that a minimum of 75% of the candidate's practice is dedicated to pediatric urology, and/or the candidate has an adequate number of major pediatric urologic surgery cases as determined by the Board.
Contact information for the American Board of Urology is 434/979-0059 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.