The Lippincott Urology channel gives you multichannel access to members of the American Urological Association (AUA).
Wolters Kluwer is proud to include the AUA’s official journals, The Journal of Urology and Urology Practice in our publishing portfolio. This one-two punch of the leading urology society’s journals provides you with an engaged audience of clinicians interested in keeping up with the latest in this dynamic specialty. In addition, the channel reaches online subscribers to Current Opinion in Urology, a resource for broad-based expert perspectives on urology literature from the previous year.
The Journal of Urology
• #1 in average issue readers*
• 10,630 print subscribers
• 22,570 eTOC subscribers
• 7,714 print subscribers
• 22,630 eTOC subscribers
This audience consumes print and digital content that includes investigative studies on critical areas of research and practice, survey articles of global literature, practice-oriented reports on significant clinical observations as well as policy updates, business challenges, and the latest in evidence-based patient care.
Contextual targeting on topical coverage is available, including:
pediatric urology and androgeny
calculi (urinary tract stones)
benign prostatic hyperplasia
prostate, kidney and bladder
female pelvic outlet relaxation disorders
neurourology including voiding disorders, erectile dysfunction and impotence
Get to Know the AUA Membership
The American Urological Association was founded in 1902 and “promotes the highest standards of urological clinical care through education, research and the formulation of health care policy.” Members are practicing physicians, residents/fellows, research scientists, advanced practice providers and students focused on primarily on the medical diseases of the male and female urinary-tract system and the male reproductive organs.
Membership has grown to over 20,000 worldwide, with about 70% practicing within the US. More than 90% of the US membership practice in urban areas.** Roughly 16% of member urologists have been in practice ten years or less. Membership data also points to this specialty continuing to be in high demand by an aging US patient population, but one that also faces a “graying workforce”, another challenge to overcome in meeting future healthcare needs.