As a member of the International Urogynecological Association, you will gain access to the latest research, technology and knowledge available in the field of urogynecology. New members are readily welcomed into the IUGA community, and along with the formalization of a central IUGA office, members have seen increased modes of communication through the IUGA website, increased opportunities for global and regional networking through IUGA Meetings and social events, as well as new ways to get involved through Committee work. Every member of IUGA, past, present and future plays a role in IUGA's history. It is our mission to ensure you have the opportunity to contribute your own ideas about new programs and projects for IUGA's continued evolution and progress.
What members are saying about IUGA
I love the people who belong to IUGA… Professor Bob Shull, USA - See more...
I love the people who belong to IUGA as well as the people who manage the organization. There is always a sense of “let’s do the best we can to make the organization and the programs meet the needs of physicians , scientists, therapists, and nurses who are committed to providing the best care to women of all walks of life in all corners of the earth.”
Because IUGA has active members from many countries I have been able to nurture my personal knowledge of the world, not only medically but also socially and culturally. The contributions of smart, talented people who are the essence of IUGA, the IUJ, scientific programs, workshops and the information shared on the web site all have made me a better physician and surgeon than I would otherwise be.
My only regret is that I did not become an active member earlier than I did. You can avoid that regret by joining now. Please come to the AUGS/IUGA Joint Scientific Meeting in Washington, D.C. and find your own place in a wonderfully diverse organization. There is something unique you will add.
Opportunities to influence practice in the urogynecology field by participating in the development of practice standards and terminology guidelines
Registration discount for the IUGA Annual Meeting which provides a forum to connect with colleagues from around the world and showcases innovative scientific programs, state-of-the-art lectures, roundtables, a comprehensive workshop program and much more
Connect virtually and in-person with IUGA’s global network of over 3,000 local and international industry peers and leadersthrough avenues such as special interest groups in urogenital pain, laparoscopic surgery, neuro-urogynecology and pelvic floor rehabilitation
Discounts on informative patient education materials for your office through the IUGA online store
Electronic journal only – US$130
For USD$130, the electronic membership will provide online access to full text articles within the IUJ, along with all the other benefits members enjoy. This option is available to all existing and potential IUGA members.
Low and Lower-Middle Income Countries Membership Fee – US $100
The low and lower-middle income countries membership fee is US$100 and was established by the IUGA Board to encourage physicians from these countries, as defined by the World Bank, to become members and to help build urogynecology as a field of practice in their area of the world. Members in this category will receive electronic access only to the International Urogynecology Journal. All other benefits are the same as regular members. In order to be eligible for this membership rate, a member or prospective member’s IUJ mailing address must match one of the countries listed on the World Bank list of low-income and lower-middle-income economies.
Please e-mail Amy Cassini, Membership Manager, at email@example.com to obtain your discount code for the low/lower middle income membership. You must include your permanent address in the e-mail to verify that you are from a low/lower middle income country.