How to Get Involved
Become a Member
The first step to becoming involved with the Society is applying for membership. Join the leading organization providing cutting-edge information through continuing education opportunities, professional development resources, publications and advocacy for urogynecology and female urology professionals. Advance your career by becoming a member of the foremost society promoting Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Click here to learn about membership benefits.
Join a Committee
The Society's numerous committees are responsible for developing and maintaining the programs and policies that support the Society's mission. Members interested in committee membership should submit their name, contact information, and committee of interest during the annual Call for Volunteers process which occurs in the spring.
Present Your Research
Each year, a call for abstracts is issued for PFD Week, the Society's Annual Scientific Meeting. Both oral and poster presentations have an audience of more than 1,000 surgeons who are dedicated to Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. Our annual call for abstracts begins in January.
Attend the Annual Scientific Meeting
The Society's Annual Scientific Meeting, PFD Week, is a unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field, network with colleagues, view the latest technology, and learn more about what the Society is doing on behalf of its members.
Support our Journal
Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, published six times per year, is the official peer-reviewed Journal for AUGS. You can support the Society and our Journal by submitting your manuscript for publishing, as well as volunteering to serve as a manuscript reviewer. Visit the Journal website to learn more.
Support the PFD Research Foundation
The PFD Research Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to improving patients’ lives through the comprehensive support of research and public awareness that advances the prevention, treatment and cure of female pelvic floor disorders. Members interested in supporting these goals can make a monetary contribution directly to the Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Click here to donate today.