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American Urogynecologic Society

The American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) is the premier nonprofit organization representing professionals dedicated to treating female pelvic floor disorders. Founded in 1979, AUGS represents more than 2,000 members, including practicing physicians, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, nurses and health care professionals, and researchers from many disciplines.

For members and constituents, AUGS is the primary source of clinical and scientific information and education in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS). As the leader in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, AUGS drives excellence in care for women through education, research, advocacy and interdisciplinary collaboration.

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Latest from American Urogynecologic Society

Advanced alternative payment model for SUI with the AUGS Publications Committee

November 01, 2022

Jerry Lowder, MD, AUGS Publications Committee vice-chair, interviews Daniel Biller, MD, the writing group chair of the Research Report document “Developing an Advanced Alternative Payment Model for Stress Urinary Incontinence,” to provide an overview and highlight the findings of the document.

Mechanistic insights into the pelvic floor shared-disease model with the AUGS Publication Committee

October 28, 2022

Sit in on a recent discussion between Gina Northington, MD, and Marianna Alperin, MD, co-editors of the ebook from AUGS and the IUA entitled, 'Pelvic Floor: Foundational Science and Mechanistic Insights for a Shared Disease Model.'

The pelvic floor and its musculoskeletal system with the AUGS Publication Committee

October 27, 2022

In this interview from the AUGS Publication Committee, listen in as Emily Whitcomb, MD, talks with Ingrid Harm-Ernandes, physical therapist and writing group chair, about the highlights within the Clinical Guidance document, “Assessment of the Pelvic Floor and Associated Musculoskeletal System.”