What is a Resource Centre? And why about Nocturia?

A Resource Centre is a freely accessible platform, designed for healthcare professionals, that aims to increase clinical knowledge in a specific medical specialty by disseminating important new research and clinical developments more broadly. Resource Centres are all independently editorially controlled, provided in collaboration with established medical journals, hosted and managed by Elsevier, and funded by educational grants from societies and other organizations, such as medical or pharmaceutical companies.

Nocturia is an important area medically and has a significant impact on quality of life. The Nocturia Resource Centre aims to increase awareness and knowledge about all aspects of Nocturia. Urologists are the primary specialist who will see patients with this problem and it is expected that they will play a major role in the further diagnosis and organization of treatment.

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  • 31 August - 2 September

    15th Asia-Pacifi c Prostate Cancer Conference 2014

    Melbourne, Australia

    Contact: Australian Prostate Cancer Research
    Tel.: +61 1300 792 466
    Fax: +61 3 9818 7111

  • 3 September - 7 September

    32nd World Congress Meeting on Endourology (WCE)

    Taipei, Taiwan

    Contact: Allen W. Chiu

  • 3 September - 7 September

    36th Annual Congress of the Taiwan Urological Association (TUA)

    Taipei, Taiwan

    Contact: TUA
    Tel.: +886 227290819
    Fax: +886 227290864

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New Editorial! Introducing sleep in the Nocturia Resource Centre

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EAU 2014, Interview with Professor Andersson, new Co-Editor of the Nocturia Resource Centre

EAU 2014, Interview with Professor Karl-Erik Andersson, new Co-Editor of the Nocturia Resource Centre

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The editorial independence of the resource centre is mandatory and recognized by the EAU and Elsevier.
The journal articles, videos and statements published on the resource centre have been selected independently and without influence from Elsevier, European Urology Editors or the sponsor and do not necessarily reflect their opinions or views.

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