UGSA are committed to help our members enhance their resources by providing useful links to other associations. This section of our website will serve as an information gallery where you can refer back to as needed to find relevant information for your practice.
International Urogynaecolal Society (IUGA)
IUGA is dedicated to global advancement of urogynecological knowledge and patient care through education and the promotion of basic and clinical research on disorders of the female pelvic floor. In addition to holding an annual conference and publishing the International Urogynecology Journal, IUGA activities include conducting education programs around the world, developing consensus terminology in the field, connecting related professionals and producing patient education materials.
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International Continence Society (ICS)
The primary interest of the ICS is to study storage and voiding control function of the lower urinary tract, its diagnosis and the management of lower urinary tract dysfunction, and to encourage research into pathophysiology, diagnostic techniques and management.
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Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstirician and Gynaecologists. (RANZCOG)
RANZCOG is dedicated to the establishment of a high standard of practice in obstetrics and gynaecology and women's health.
The College trains and accredits doctors throughout Australia and New Zealand in the specialties of obstetrics and gynaecology so that they are capable - professionally and psychologically - of providing the highest standards of health care.
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American Urogynaecological Society (AUGS)
As a leader in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery AUGS promotes the highest quality patient care through excellence in education, research and advocacy.
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The British Society of Urgynaecology (BSUG)
BSUG’s main function is to set and raise standards by providing guidelines, training, research and clinical meetings (in conjunction with the RCOG).
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Continence Foundation of Australia (CFA)
CFA National is the Governing body of the Continence Foundation of Australia. The CFA aims to improve the control of incontinence in the community by identifying, treating and preventing this common condition through education support and research.
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The New Zealand Continence Association (NZCA)The NZCA is a charitable organisation driven by enthusiastic health professionals committed to the assessment and management of bladder and bowel control problems.
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International Painful Bladder Foundation (IPBF)
The IPBF is a non-profit, voluntary, umbrella organization, active worldwide, that promotes knowledge and awareness of interstitial cystitis, bladder pain syndrome/painful bladder syndrome, hypersensitive bladder, chronic pelvic pain and associated disorders among patients, patient support groups, health professionals and the general public. The IPBF promotes the interests of IC patients around the globe.