We aim to set and raise standards in urogynaecology by providing guidelines, training, research and clinical meetings for our members.

We encourage the study and management of female pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary incontinence, Vaginal prolapse and faecal incontinence.

We want to provide a united forum for practitioners with an interest in Urogynaecology throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland.

Named units being able to see and treat women with mesh related problems

The following units (download PDF here) have agreed that they are happy to see women who have significant mesh problems following incontinence or prolapse surgery where mesh was inserted.

The following personnel have confirmed that they will comply with set criteria of discussing all patients requiring surgery at a joint meeting to help determine best treatment options. The clinical lead will be responsible for submitting data on all patients undergoing surgery onto a national database and report them to HMRA. The clinical lead has taken responsibility for the unit.

Other medical staff from the hospital may also be involved in the care under the agreement with the clinical lead. This will be a local arrangement and each unit will be able to discuss further with any patients seen in that unit.

VAGINAL MESH: HIGH VIGILANCE RESTRICTION PERIOD

BSUG press release 10th July 2018

Following the pause announced on the 10th July 2018 by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care and the Chief Medical Officer in the use of ...

RCOG Northern Professional Development Conference

Annual Professional Development Conference in Manchester in May, where the British Society of Urogynaecology will be chairing a stream of sessions throughout the first day of the conference.

Future Meetings

25th
Sep

Understanding Urodynamics

This course will give an up-to-date perspective of the assessment and management of lower urinary tract dysfunction in women, covering both theoretical and practical aspects....

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8th
Nov

Annual Scientific Update in Urogynaecology

The BSUG Annual Scientific Meeting brings together cutting edge research with clinical updates on current and emerging issues in the specialty of urogynaecology. 

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