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Hosted by Dr. Albert De Decker, the IUGA Podcast aims to enhance the listener’s understanding of urogynecology and aid practitioners in their daily clinical practice.

 

Season 2 Episode 1: How to read and write an article

'Why is scientific reading and writing still necessary, where lie the pitfalls and where lies the beauty?'
Interviews with the panel of experts; Professor Jean Jacques Amy, Professor Jason Abbott, Dr Vanessa Jordan and Professor Peter Dwyer


Season 1 Episode 4: The pelvic floor ultrasound podcast

In this episode, we talk about pelvic floor ultrasound with Professor Ka Lai Shek and Professor Hans Peter Dietz. Ultrasound offers us a way of visualising clinically hidden aspects of structures involved in incontinence and/or pelvic organ prolapse. It can help us in diagnosing pelvic floor defects caused by childbirth and is a possible tool for future prevention strategies.

Season 1 Episode 3: The OASIS podcast

In this episode we discuss current treatment and prevention strategies of Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries.
It is often unrecognized that trauma in the delivery suite to the pelvic floor, and in this case the anal sphincter complex, can have a lifelong impact on a women’s quality of life. By developing strategies to protect the pelvic floor during delivery of the infant, we may prevent future development of pelvic floor dysfunction. We interview two experts in the field of OASIS; Ranee Thakar and Katariina Laine.

Season 1 Episode 2: Chronic Pain – Interview with Catherine Matthews and Thierry Vancaillie

In this episode, brought to you by the IUGA Education Committee, Albert DeDecker interviews Catherine Matthews and Thierry Vancaillie on patient management and treatment modalities in chronic pelvic pain.

Season 1 Episode 1: Interview with Lynsey Hayward, IUGA President

Host Dr. Albert De Decker interviews Lynsey Hayward on her career, the activities and progress already made during her term as IUGA President, and her thoughts on the future of urogynecology in general.