Access e-learning in urology

  • Curriculum developed by urologists
  • 400+ accredited e-learning modules with peer reviewed content
  • Growing library of procedural videos
Sample free content

Manage your CPD record

  • One place to log all your CPD activity
  • Automatically updated when you complete our e-learning content
  • Tools to let you generate CPD reports
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BJUI Knowledge: The CPD portal for urologists

Comprehensive, trustworthy and easy to use e-learning platform for trainees, residents, consultants and all specialising in urology.

  • Accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh and the College of Surgeons of Hong Kong.
  • Approved by the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

BJUI Knowledge is evidence-based, fully referenced and peer reviewed to ensure academic, scientific and editorial validity.

How can I use BJUI Knowledge?

  • To keep up to date with CPD
  • As a decision support tool in clinical settings
  • To refresh knowledge on conditions, procedures and treatment options
  • To help revise for urology exams

How do I get access?

There are two ways to get access to BJUI Knowledge

Membership of BAUS or one of our partnership organisations: if you are a member of one of the following organisations, you have free access courtesy of your association: BAUS, CURA (trainees), HKUA, IUA (trainees), JUA (trainees), KUA, Philippines Board of Urology, PGH and NKTI Hospitals, The Netherlands (trainees), MUA, SLAUS, Turkish Association of Urology, USANZ.
Contact support@bjuiknowledge.org with your membership details and we will arrange access.
Individual Subscription: if you are not a member of one of our partner associations, you can subscribe as an individual. Subscription rates range from £15 to £75 per annum, depending on your country of residence.

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Are you a trainee member of a surgical or medical organisation?

Trainee members of many urology-based associations and organisations are entitled to free access to BJUI Knowledge.

You will need to upload proof that you are a trainee member of a relevant organisation. Once this has been checked, you will receive an email to activate your account .   

What are urologists saying about BJUI Knowledge?

“I am based on an island with little urological support, so very useful as a reference for clinical situations.”  

“BJUI helped me a lot when I was a trainee, to learn about the background of a disease and its particular treatment or operation.” 

“Keeps me informed about the current evidence-based practice” 

“Good source of information about less commonly encountered conditions in clinical practice” 

“Main thing was with FRCS preparation. Great summaries and application of knowledge. Would highly recommend to all trainees.” 

“Helped with exam study - covers some niche topics well. Easy to use; I used it when I was tired particularly, as a way to keep me focused.“ 

“It is very concise and easy to learn because of clear presentation of topics. It also helps me very much in clinical practice.”  

“It helps me with the updates as well as laying foundations in basic knowledge. I usually end up reading BJUI modules when there is a new topic which I want to read about in the classic texts; BJUI modules serve as excellent primers prior to reading complex text." 

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E-learning curriculum

My CPD record

  • Manage your CPD record on any device
  • Log all your CPD activity
  • Upload or link to supporting evidence
  • Add reflections

Record details of CPD activities including dates, time spent, credits claimed, details of accreditation, verification and supporting evidence.
Filter your records and generate a CPD report.

View sample CPD report

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Would you like to contribute to BJUI Knowledge? 
Please contact us at bjuiknowledge@bjui.info if you are interested in being an author or a peer reviewer, or would like to share a procedural video.

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