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Benefits

Connect with the FPMRS Community

AUGS Connect, the online members-only community is a central resource for members to connect with peers in the field of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery. Features of this community include a personal profile, and access to announcements, discussion forums, and the AUGS Membership Directory.

To help women seeking a urogynecologist, nurse, nurse practitioner or physical therapy provider, AUGS maintains the Find a Provider Directory, a central database where members can list their practice information, website, training information and areas of practice. The provider directory is located on the AUGS patient website, www.voicesforpfd.org, as well as the Voices for PFD mobile app.

 

Stay Informed

Publications that keep members informed and up-to-date:

Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, a monthly peer-reviewed journal featuring the latest studies and developments in the field of Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.

FPMRS News, a weekly electronic newsletter, providing Society news, grant updates, upcoming events announcements, and timely clinical and best practice information.

 

Measure Quality

The AUGS Urogynecology Quality Registry (AQUIRE) is a national urogynecology-focused registry designed to measure and report healthcare quality and patient outcomes. Physician members are have free access to AQUIRE, the registry developed by urogynecologists for urogynecologists.

 

Enhance Knowledge through Education

Members enjoy reduced fees to all educational offerings, including:

  • PFD Week — the go-to meeting for health care professionals interested in or actively practicing Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
  • AUGS eLearning — the central location for access to online educational offerings, including surgical videos from AUGS courses, PFD Week presentations, and the popular webinar course Introduction to FPMRS for primary care physicians.

 

Contribute and Share Knowledge

Volunteer for a Committee—the Society's numerous committees are responsible for developing and maintaining the programs and policies that support the mission. Apply to volunteer during the annual call for volunteers process each spring.

Participate in a Special Interest Group (SIGs)—communities around designated areas of interest that provide discussion and education. Current SIGs include Allied Health, Basic Science, EMR, Fellows, Fellowship Program Directors, Mesh/Graft Use in Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery, Private Practice, and Global Health. Click here to learn more.

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