BJUI aims to provide the very highest standard of research and clinical information for the urological community, promoting awareness of new advances and supporting best practice in urology.
The journal publishes original articles, reviews, comments and educational articles. Clinical relevance is critical and the journal covers the entire breadth of urology under the following sections: Comments, Reviews, Urological Oncology (all areas of urological oncology as well as recent advances in diagnostic techniques), Robotics and Laparoscopy, Upper Urinary Tract, Functional Urology, Andrology, Translational Science and Professional Innovation.
BJUI is constantly innovating to provide the urology community with a journal that is fresh in appearance and easy to read.
BJUI/BURST podcast: neurogenic urinary incontinence
Eunice Ter Zuling (@EuniceZuling)is a core surgical trainee in South Yorkshire, UK and BURST member (@BURSTurology). In this podcast she discusses the NICE guidance on urinary incontinence in neurological disease (https://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg148).
BURST Podcast: Comparing outcomes of prostate biopsies performed under local anaesthesia
Comparing outcomes of transperineal to transrectal prostate biopsies performed under local anaesthesia
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BURST podcast: NICE Bedwetting In Under 19s
The latest in the BURST/BJUI urology podcast series is presented by Tara Burnhope and describes the NICE guidelines on bedwetting in under 19s.
BJUI/BURST: The IDENTIFY Study
Part of the BURST/BJUI podcast series. The IDENTIFY Study: the investigation and detection of urological neoplasia in patients referred with suspected urinary tract cancer; a multicentre observational study
BURST podcast: single-port robot-assisted radical prostatectomy
In this podcast Arjun Nathan describes the crucial factors related to the implementation of the da Vinci single‐port system (Intuitive Surgical Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA), and the early outcomes after the introduction of this robot for robot‐assisted radical prostatectomy.
BURST podcast: cytoreductive models
This podcast describes the article validating models currently used to predict metastatic renal cell carcinoma outcomes in a cohort of patients undergoing cytoreductive nephrectomy.