1 CPD HOURS
Testosterone deficiency is an increasingly common problem with an aging and increasingly overweight population. This together with the increasing focus on the treatment of erectile dysfunction has seen an increase in the prescription of testosterone treatment. Increasingly patients are referred from primary care to a variety of specialists including urologists, diabetologists and endocrinologists.
The clinical cases presented within this module are tailored specifically for Specialist Doctors, and are based around the diagnostic synthesis, investigation and management of testosterone deficiency.
Once you complete the module - and achieve the minimum pass rate of 60% - you'll be awarded with a downloadable 1 hour CPD Certificate, which you can print or upload to your CPD Portfolio.
This module is composed of 10 assessment questions covering aspects of diagnosis of hypogonadism, its investigation and treatment, and treatment of erectile dysfunction. On successful completion of the module, you will gain:
Improved understanding of the causes of testosterone deficiency in males
Better understanding of the approach to the investigation of subjects presenting with testosterone deficiency
Increased awareness as to the treatment options available to such patients
Available all year round with 24/7 online access and unlimited resits, you'll be able to learn around your busy schedule and get to grips with your CPD modules whenever you'd like - all you need is an internet connection.
Our CPD modules are written and edited by medical experts within their specialist fields, who have pedigrees in postgraduate education. Questions are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that they remain relevant and up-to-date with new guidelines.
As a healthcare professional it's important for you to continuously expand on your clinical knowledge, skills and abilities. Our CPD modules will help you achieve this by providing you with a full explanation of answers, further reading, and the option to reflect using our online notes system.