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IUGA is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 IUGA Observership Grants. Observership grants are awarded in three categories: one $4,000 USD grant to a trainee, fellow, or physician-in-training; one $4,000 USD grant to a consultant from a least developed country as defined by the World Bank; and one $2,000 grant to an IUGA member who does fit either of the other categories. Boukary Kabre (Burkina Faso) is the recipient in the Trainee/Fellow/Physician-in-Training category. He will be observing at the University of Cape Town & Groote Schuur Hospital in...
Now available: the newest IUGA Podcast by Albert De Decker Season 2 Episode 4 - IUGA Podcast - Season 2 Episode 4 - Vaginal mesh surgery Can we reconcile the different and often opposite views on the use of mesh in pelvic floor surgery?  Season 2 Episode 4...
Interface Focus recently published a 2-part series on bioengineering in women’s health. Interface Focus is dedicated to a particular topic at the interface of the physical and life sciences. Articles are peer-reviewed and focus on a specific cross-disciplinary subject. Both parts contain articles that may...
The December 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 are seeking nominations (including self-nominations) for Scientific Committee members. This committee oversees the development of the Annual Meeting program content and is responsible for the (blind) judgement of abstract submissions. Nominations may be submitted by any IUGA member in good standing, including the nominee...