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Genitourinary Disease: Haematuria

Genitourinary Disease: Haematuria

Genitourinary Disease: Haematuria

Madeline Moore
Madeline Moore
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Launch date: 25 Jun 2018
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Last updated: 20 Jul 2018

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This session will provide an overview of haematuria including when it’s significant, its causes and initial investigations and management.


By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Define haematuria
• Explain when haematuria is significant
• List the causes of haematuria
• Outline the investigations and management for haematuria
Madeline Moore

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Madeline Moore
on behalf of Health Education England

Madeline Moore
Urology Clinical Research Fellow, Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

Madeline completed her BSc in anatomy and MBBS at St George’s University of London, Hospital Medical School in 2013 and went on to do her Foundation training in London and Kent. She completed her Core Surgical Training in the South West in a major trauma centre with a themed Urology speciality interest. She is currently working as a Urology Research Fellow at the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust with a specialist research interest in urological oncology and robotic surgery.

Throughout the last 10 years Madeline has had an interest in teaching having completed teaching specialty modules in her BSc, organising structured teaching for medical students, foundation and core surgical trainees, moderating a popular international revision website for Meducation and completing several post-graduate courses on training including, the Royal College course Train the Trainers and being a faculty member for the ALERT course.

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