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APPLY FOR NEW PISQ-IR WORKING GROUP IUGA is seeking 4 member-volunteers to serve on a PISQ-IR Working Group (Pelvic Organ Prolapse/Incontinence Sexual Questionnaire – IUGA Revised). The PISQ-IR Working Group works with individuals/groups translating the PISQ-IR and is responsible for reviewing and providing feedback on translation/back-translation to ensure the original intention of the questions is not lost in the process of translation. Because each PISQ-IR translation can take multiple years to complete, Working Group members must be able to make a long-term commitment (3-year minimum/6 years preferred) and must have demonstrated...
With the recent publishing of our 3rd CME Course on the IUGA Academy, IUGA members now have the opportunity to earn 9 CME Credits - all in the field of urogynecology-  completely FREE of charge! Check out the most recent CME Course on Pelvic Floor Imaging by...
Voting is now open for a number of elected positions within IUGA. All IUGA members are asked to vote for one Vice President candidate, one Scientific Committee Chair candidate, and two Nominating Committee Member-at-Large candidates. In addition, IUGA members from the regions specified below will...
AMERICAN UROGYNECOLOGIC SOCIETY (AUGS) / INTERNATIONAL UROGYNECOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (IUGA) JOINT REPORT ON THE TERMINOLOGY FOR SURGICAL PROCEDURES TO TREAT PELVIC ORGAN PROLAPSE AUGS and IUGA are looking for volunteers to help establish standardized terminology for commonly accepted surgeries for pelvic organ prolapse utilizing a collaboration...
Recent research has shown that elective salpingectomy reduces the risk of ovarian malignancy. Although this has been in practice for some time, there is a lack of specific literature about knowledge, attitudes, and practices of pelvic floor surgeons performing risk-reducing salpingectomy alongside vaginal hysterectomy. The...