International Urogynecology Journal
The IUJ is the official journal of the International Urogynecological Association. The journal is published with 12 issues per year. Subscription is included in the IUGA membership fee. IUGA members have free electronic access to full articles through the Members Only section.
The IUJ has evolved in response to a perceived need amongst the scientists, researchers and clinicians active in the field of urogynecology and pelvic floor disorders. These urologists, gynecologists, nurses and basic scientists have expressed the desire to have a concise and regular means of communication within this field whereby new ideas may be expressed and the results of their endeavors made available in one place to their peers. This Journal has adopted the peer review process for all original contributions and will maintain high standards with regard to the research published therein. The clinical approach to urogynecology and pelvic floor disorders will be emphasized with each issue containing clinically relevant material that will be immediately applicable for clinical medicine. This publication covers all aspects of the field in an interdisciplinary fashion.
(2013) Impact Factor: 2.161
(2012) Impact factor: 2.169
(2011) Impact factor: 1.832
(2010) Impact factor: 2.368
(2009) Impact factor: 2.412
(2008) Impact factor: 2.375
(2007) Impact factor: 2.523
(2006) Impact factor: 1.828
IUJ App Now Available
A few months ago, we announced the launch of a new IUJ app that provided free access to read full text articles dating back to 1990 for a limited period of time. That free access has now ended. We are currently working on an update which will allow only IUGA members to have access to read full text articles. We will have more information about the update for the app in the coming weeks. You can still search for articles and read abstracts but you must be using your institutions WiFi in order to access full text articles.
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One of the conditions of acceptance of a manuscript to IUJ is good quality of English. It is the author’s responsibility to submit a high quality, understandable manuscript. Springer offers a paid-for manuscript editing service, provided by Edanz. Please click the link below for information regarding this service and applicable fees. Use of this service does not guarantee publication of a manuscript in IUJ.
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