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Public Forum Video Now Available

The recording of the March 13, 2022, IUGA Public Forum, What Is Urinary Incontinence and How Is It Treated, is now available online.

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2022 Call for Nominations

We are now accepting nominations for the following elected positions within IUGA: Vice President, Treasurer, International Advisory Board Representative from Africa, Committee Chairs for the Scientific, Social Media, and Terminology & Standardization Committees, and 2 members-at-large for the Nominating Committee. 

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Watch the May E-lecture on IUGA Academy

Aligned with May, the Pelvic Pain Awareness Month watch this month's E-lecture on Reviewing the Differential Diagnosis of Chronic Pain, presented by Elise De, MD

International Urogynecological Consultation Chapter 1 Publications Now Available

IUGA congratulates the members of Chapter 1 of the International Urogynecological Consultation.
Their articles on Defining Pelvic Organ Prolapse are now published in the IUJ.

Scholarships Available for AUGS/IUGA Scientific Meeting

IUGA is pleased to announce the 2022 Annual Meeting Scholarship Program to support attendance to the AUGS/IUGA Scientific Meeting, June 14-18, 2022, in Austin, TX, USA.

IUJ Call for Editor in Chief

The International Urogynecology Journal (IUJ), the official journal of the International Urogynecological Association (IUGA), is currently accepting applications for the position of Editor(s)-in-Chief. 

Pelvic Floor: Foundational Science and Mechanistic Insights for a Shared Disease Model- E-Book Now Available

Pelvic floor disorders (PFDs) are complex conditions that impact millions of women worldwide.

Joint Report on Terminology for Cosmetic Gynecology

Cosmetic gynecology (also known as female genital plastic and cosmetic surgery) lacked standardized nomenclature and procedural definitions.

Executive Summary of Basic Science E-Book Now Available!

The IUGA Basic Science SIG and AUGS Basic Science Committee developed an E-Book entitled Foundational Science and Mechanistic Insights for a Shared Disease Model: an Expert Consensus based on the in-person consensus conference held in 2019.