The role of Special Interest Groups (SIGs) within IUGA is to facilitate the sharing of ideas and resources among members with a common urogynecological interest, and to undertake projects related to that area of interest in order to advance the IUGA mission. Participation in a SIG provides members with opportunities to grow existing professional relationships and establish new professional relationships within the individual SIG community.
Members may belong to multiple SIGs. The Board of Directors approves the creation of all SIGs. A group of 10 active IUGA members or the Board of Directors may form a SIG.
There are currently 11 established SIGs: