UroGynaecological Society of Australasia (UGSA)
2010 Melbourne VIC Australia
Initiated when, in the mid 1980's, the then Royal Australian College Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RACOG) seconded Doctor's James Gibson (NSW), Peter Glenning (VIC) and Ian Tucker (SA) to establish Urogynaecology as a Subspecialty. Since then, UGSA provides a more definitive platform for further development in this field, and functions as a 'craft' group for Certified Urogynaecologists. First Workshop held in Adelaide (Australia), in association with The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG ASM).
Promote the advancement of urogynaecological knowledge and patient care through education and the promotion of basic and clinical research on disorders of the female pelvic floor; provide a platform for knowledge growth and dissemination on all aspects of urogynaecology; improve standards of care, expand the horizons in female health care, improve teaching and training methods, not only for sub-specialty training, but for other relevant medical and allied health professionals.
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