The Nocturia Resource Centre celebrating 3 years!
The Nocturia Resource Centre (NRC) was originally developed to provide physicians with a free source of ready-to-use clinical resources specifically addressing nocturia. The NRC was launched in February 2012 and during the last three years has expanded to include dedicated Editors, Prof. Antonella Giannantoni and Prof. Philip Van Kerrebroeck, both urologists, and a highly professional team of Associate Editors: Prof. Donald Bliwise, neurologist and Prof. Karl-Erik Andersson, pharmacologist, together with a team of staff in Elsevier and the EAU.
During the last years, we have seen an increasing interest in the NRC – as testified to by our web statistics. Specifically, from February 2012 to December 2014 the NRC was used by nearly 30,000 physicians from 171 countries. Nearly 25% of the visitors came from tablet or smartphone, the device most often used by busy clinicians to access the internet. One of the most popular sections is our curated Guidelines resource. Further good news comes in that many have subscribed to our e-alert, in order to stay connected to new content and developments.
Interestingly, the most popular article is “The Effect of Nocturia on Sleep”, by Sonia Ancoli-Israel, Donald L. Bliwise, and Jens Peter Nørgaard. Every month the NRC provides not just free resources – but also curated summaries into the value of the clinical research offered in the form of Editor’s Comments. From epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, new drugs, to comorbidities, this curation helps provide our readers with quick insights into the relevancy of each case.
As Editors, we are happy to see our efforts are making an impression and providing value to physicians globally. For new visitors, please browse through the Resource Centre and we hope you too find the nocturia information concise, helpful and insightful in helping improve patient care.
Published this month
- Wednesday afternoon (22 October) at ICS featured an interesting and lively afternoon Podium Poster session (Session 21) dealing with nocturia...
- Professor Donald Bliwise, Professor of Neurology at the Emory School of Medicine in Atlanta (USA), and member of the Editorial...
Improved irritative voiding symptoms 3 years after stereotactic body radiation therapy for prostate cancer.
By Z. Rana, R.A. Cyr, L.N. Chen, B.S. Kim, R.A. Moures, T.M. Yung, S. Lei, B.T. Collins, S Suy, A. Dritschilo, J.H. Lynch and S.P. Collins.Frontier in Oncology, Volume 21, Issue 4, Article 290, 2014, pages 1-8
Prevalence of lower urinary tract symptoms, overactive bladder and urinary incontinence in western Turkey: Results of a population-based survey
By A. E. Zumrutbas, A. I. Bozkurt, E. Tas, C. I. Acar, O. Alkis, K. Coban, B. Cetinel and Z. Aybek.International Journal of Urology, Volume 21, Issue 10, 2014, Pages 1027-1033
Full text articles
An-Sofie Goessaert, Louise Krott, Piet Hoebeke, Johan Vande Walle, Karel Everaert
European Urology, Volume 67, Issue 2, February 2015, Pages 283–288
Marcus J. Drake
European Urology, Volume 67, Issue 2, February 2015, Pages 289–290
Prevalence, Incidence, and Resolution of Nocturnal Polyuria in a Longitudinal Community-based Study in Older Men: The Krimpen Study
Boris van Doorn, Marco H. Blanker, Esther T. Kok, Paul Westers, J.L.H. Ruud Bosch
European Urology, Volume 63, Issue 1, 2013, pages 542 - 547
About the Editors
- Dr Antonella Giannantoni is Associate Professor of Urology at the Department of Urology and Andrology, University of Perugia, Italy. She...
- Philip E.V. Van Kerrebroeck is Professor of Urology at the University of Maastricht, and works as a urologist at the...
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