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Just a few short months ago, none of us could have imagined the global challenges the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak would create or how significantly our lives would be changed.   Many, if not most, of us have been unable to see patients in our clinics or offices and/or perform non-urgent procedures. Most patients seen in urogynecology clinics present with non-urgent conditions such as prolapse and/or incontinence. In addition, a large proportion of our patients are elderly with comorbidities, which automatically puts them in a high-risk group for contracting COVID-19, thus...
Dear Colleagues, As you are all aware by now, the IUGA Board has made a deliberate decision to postpone our Annual Meeting to September 2-5, 2020, due to the challenging times we are all facing as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. In making this decision,...
We’ve opened IUGA Academy – our online learning platform – through the end of the year! IUGA Academy is a member benefit, but with so many meetings and conferences being postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19, we want to make sure all healthcare professionals in...
The March issue of the International Urogynecology Journal is now available! Don't miss out on the latest news and research in the international field of urogynecology! Click here to find out more about the journal. If you are a member of IUGA, click here to access...
We know the COVID-19 outbreak has placed additional stress on our members. In order to allow more for the preparation of grant applications - which likely haven't been first on your mind lately - we've extended the application deadline to Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 11:59pm CDT. ...