Pediatric Urology Parent (PUP) Seminar 2013 schedule

Submitted by UCSF Urology on December 4, 2012 at 10:52 am
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Image of red head childPUPS (Pediatric Urology Parent Seminar) is a parent seminar designed to give parents the education and information needed for successful treatment of many urologic issues in kids. It is a 1-hour presentation that is geared toward parents of school-aged children who suffer from:

·  Daytime wetting

·  Bedwetting

·  Urinary tract infections

·  Urinating too often or not often enough

·  Urinary urgency (needing to rush to the bathroom)

·  Painful urination

·  Urinary reflux

·  Constipation/stool problems

As a parent you will learn about why your child may be having these problems and how we manage them.

This program has been in effect for many years and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Since the seminar started, kids have been achieving success in overcoming their urologic issues in fewer visits than ever before.

Within 3 weeks after attending the free seminar an appointment is guaranteed to determine any additional steps that may be necessary to treat your child’s urologic problem.  See Events Section for schedules.

Please contact Mary Moore at 415/353-2797 to make a reservation for the next PUP Seminar. The seminar is held monthly in the evening at the UCSF Medical Center's Parnassus Campus. Attendees must pre-register with Mary Moore at 415/353-2797 for course details, including exact meeting date, time and location.

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