Seattle, Wash. - UrologyMatch, a leading internet resource and online community designed to assist medical students, educators, and professionals in all aspects of studying and practicing urology, has launched an application to give users quick and easy access to the most highly-utilized areas of UrologyMatch.com. This is the first urology-focused mobile application, and enables users to take advantage of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch interface. It can be downloaded for free from the Apple App store or via the link on UrologyMatch.com.
UrologyMatch.com provides information and tools to guide medical students, residents, and fellows throughout the urologic training process. In addition, the website includes content that helps urologists share the latest studies, techniques, and practices. The site has grown to become a broad training destination for all urologists - not just medical students and trainees.
Highlights of the UrologyMatch app include:
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- Complete access to the UrologyMatch discussion board with easy-to-use functionality for adding comments
- Comprehensive video library of urologic procedures, with the ability to comment on individual videos
- Regularly updated urologic journal highlights - with access to the abstract and links to full text
"The UrologyMatch app is a natural extension of the premier online resource for urology education and training, and gives UrologyMatch users another tool to develop their skills, keep abreast of the latest research, and communicate with the urologic community at large," said Dr. Todd Morgan, co-founder of UrologyMatch.
"UrologyMatch users now have the ability to engage the urologic community anywhere, anytime," said UrologyMatch co-founder, Dr. Alexander Kutikov. "The UrologyMatch app optimizes the heavily-used discussion board, videos, and urology news feeds for mobile use. It is fully integrated with the main site, so comments on the discussion board and videos are also visible via the website."
For more information, and to create a user account go to www.UrologyMatch.com.
Conceived and launched in 2003 by Todd Morgan and Alex Kutikov when they were students at Harvard Medical School, UrologyMatch.com is a website and online community where individuals can receive and share information to guide them during the long and complex process of becoming a urologist. The comprehensive website includes inside information and tools for medical students hoping to successfully navigate the notoriously competitive application and "match" process, advice and analysis from experts in the field, questionnaires and surveys from residency directors and program chairs, and active forums for students, residents, and faculty to exchange questions and answers online. Content devoted to post-residency training includes sections on fellowship training as well as a job board. An expanding digital atlas of surgical cases facilitates the review of urologic procedures, and an interactive video library allows users to view and upload entire procedures or sections of a procedure online. For more information, go to www.UrologyMatch.com. Back to HCB News