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Observational learning is a great way to enhance your skill set, but the opportunity to observe the best in the field can be expensive! That’s why we offer 3 IUGA Observership Grants to offset the costs of visiting a site with proven expertise in your expressed area of interest in urogynecology. Observership grants help defray travel and living expenses during a 2-4 week observership at an IUGA-approved host site. Preparing your application and making arrangements with an approved host site (or getting a site approved) can take some time. Individuals...
Genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) is more prevalent in breast cancer survivors yet is often undiagnosed and untreated. The lack of safety evidence for vaginal hormone therapies in women with or at high risk for breast cancer often results in the lack of treatment, which...
We are excited to announce that registration for the IUGA International Symposium on Birth Trauma and Pelvic Floor Health for Allied Health Professionals is now open! This two-day symposium will take place June 29-30, 2019 at Croydon University Hospital in the UK. After participating in...
We are always adding new videos, courses, and other educational opportunities to the IUGA Academy! Have you seen the March e-lecture MIS surgery - How to avoid and recognize complications by Catherine Matthews? We also have a new CME Course on Pelvic Floor Rehabiliation with presentations by...
There is less than six weeks left to submit your abstract for consideration at the 2019 AUGS/IUGA Joint Scientific Meeting. Join more than 2,000 colleagues from around the world in Nashville! Abstracts can be submitted for oral presentations, oral posters, video presentations, scientific salons and...