Learning Objectives:
•    Upon completing this activity, participants will be able to:
•    Proactively evaluate and screen at-risk individuals for overactive bladder (OAB)
•    Utilize communication strategies aimed to evaluate the impact of OAB on quality of life and educate patients on appropriate treatment options and expectations
•    Select patients with OAB who would benefit from combination therapy to maximize efficacy and tolerability
Agenda:
1.    The Initial Patient Evaluation and Screening
2.    Identifying the at-risk population
3.    Initiating the conversation about OAB
4.    Making the differential diagnosis
5.    Treatment Selection to Optimize Efficacy and Tolerability
6.    AUA/SUFU guideline recommendations
7.    Implementing a treat-to-target approach
8.    Evaluating patient outcomes and expectations
9.    Managing adverse effects
10.  Selecting patients for combination therapy
Jointly provided by Center for Independent Healthcare Education and VemcoMedEd. Supported by an educational grant from Astellas Scientific and Medical Affairs, Inc.

FMM21 - Focus on Overactive Bladder: A Fine-Tuned Approach to Attain Outcome Targets
Course - Focus on Overactive Bladder: A Fine-Tuned Approach to Attain Outcome Targets
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