NCS Health Policy Young Investigator Award
About the Award
Prize: $1,000 Eligibility: Important! Only residents and urologists in practice for less than three years post residency or fellowship within the geographic area of the North Central Section, AUA, are eligible to win the NCS Health Policy Young Investigator Award
Subject Matter: Only abstracts on socio-economic matters will be considered of this award.
Program: One abstract will be selected as the NCS Health Policy Young Investigator Award and will be presented on the program at the annual meeting. The Award will be announced during the Health Policy Breakout Session.
Conditions: This award shall be made every year, regardless of the number of presentations.
Judges: The papers are judged by the NCS Secretary, NCS Health Policy Council Chair, NCS Health Policy Council Vice-Chair and two other members of the Health Policy Council.
Registration: Program participants must register for the meeting to present papers.
Naveen Kachroo, MD, Cleveland Clinic
SKOPE – STUDY OF KETOROLAC VS OPIOID FOR PAIN AFTER ENDOSCOPY: A DOUBLE-BLINDED RANDOMIZED CONTROL TRIAL IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING URETEROSCOPY FOR URINARY STONE DISEASE
Kirtishri Mishra, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
Juan Andino, University of Michigan
Andrew Sun, MD, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Duncan Morhardt, MD, University of Michigan
Lindsey Herrel, MD, MS, University of Michigan
Utilization and Outcomes of Inpatient Urological Care at Safety Net Hospitals
Chandy Ellimoottil, MD, MS
Anticipating the Impact of National Insurance Expansion on Inpatient Urological Surgery