- To identify the current formats of standardized letters of recommendation (SLORs) and evaluate their characteristics, the distribution of applicants’ ratings, correlation between SLOR domain ratings and conventional application metrics, and potential biases.
- To assess provider and practice characteristics that drive opioid prescription behavior using the American Urological Association census data.
- To describe factors associated with Quality improvement and patient safety (QIPS) participation using 2018 American Urological Association Census data. QIPS have become increasingly important in medicine. However, studies about QIPS in urology suggest low levels of participation, with little known about factors predicting non-participation.