Plenary

Ureteral Stents: Are They Necessary and Can We Make Them Better? - Patient Selection

Saturday, September 22
10:40 AM - 11:05 AM
Location: Amphitheatre Bleu

Oliver Wiseman

Urologist
Cambridge University Hospitals, Urology, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Oliver is a Consultant Urologist based at Cambridge University Teaching Hospitaks NHS Trust Cambridge, UK. He specialises in the treatment of kidney stones, their metabolic management and in the devlopment of patient reported outcomes for stone disease. He runs a number of training courses teaching stone surgery, and has been invited to operate and lecture nationally and internationally on stone disease.
He qualified in Cambridge and following basic surgical training, he underwent specialist training in urology in London, including at Guys Hospital and UCLH ("The Institute of Urology"). He has published widely including articles relating to the management of patients with renal stone disease.
He is a trustee of BAUS, honorary treasurer elect of BAUS, a member of the BAUS Section of Endourology Committee, and on the Endourological Society Awards and Medals Committee. He is training program director for Urology for the East of England.

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