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On April 17, 2018, the National Health Service (NHS) published a retrospective review of surgery for urogynecological prolapse and stress urinary incontinence using tape or mesh. Read the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gyncacologists (RCOG) statement in response to the review here. ...
IUGA is now accepting nominations for the elected positions listed below.* Nominations must be received by Friday, June 22, 2018. Board of Directors Vice President - 2-year term, then ascends to President Treasurer - 2-year term, renewable once International Advisory Board (IAB) Asia Representative - 3-year term, non-renewable Committee...
The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons (ASCRS) is establishing a Pelvic Floor Consortium (PFC) for the purpose of providing a collaborative forum of representatives of disciplines involved in the management of people with diseases of the pelvic floor. People with an interest in...
The IUGA Terminology and Standardization Committee and the ICS Standardisation Steering Committee are pleased to announce that a joint report on the terminology for assessment of sexual health of women with pelvic floor dysfunction is now available for online ahead of print in both the...
IUGA is now accepting applications for Basic Science and Clinical Research Grants to fund original research by an IUGA member or trainee. One $10,000 USD grant is awarded in each category. The research grants are designed to fund development of the proposed research project including...