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Calling all nurses! You can earn 1.5 CME credits with our new Nursing CME Course with the following modules: - Assessment of Prolapse and Pessary Sizing by Angie Rantell - Managing Complications and Trouble-shooting by Ranee Thakar - Pessary Self Management by Rohna Kearney & Lucy Dwyer - Patient Expectations Following Pessary Insertion by Ellie Stewart This educational CME course is appropriate for all health care professionals caring for women with pelvic organ prolapse and pessaries. To start the course, click here. *Access to videos and courses on the IUGA Academy are IUGA member benefits. Not...
Knowing surgical outcomes is critical in planning treatment and it forms the cornerstone of surgical practice. We have set up a new Database Special Interest Group (SIG) for practitioners interested in looking at how best to assess outcomes. The aim of the Database SIG is...
  From time to time the Foundation for International Urogynecological Assistance (FIUGA) has vacancies on its Board of Directors. If you are passionate about FIUGA’s mission and global health, make yourself known to the leadership of FIUGA! About FIUGA Established in 2013, FIUGA is a...
The July 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...
Each year IUGA awards two 10,000 USD research grants – one for a laboratory-based/basic science project, and one for a clinical/patient-centered project. We are pleased to announce this year’s recipients:    May Alarab (Canada) is receiving the research award in the basic science category for...