Annual Postgraduate Course in Advanced Gynecologic Surgery
December 1 - 4, 2021 | La Jolla, CA

The SGS Annual Postgraduate Course in Advanced Gynecologic Surgery will be held in La Jolla, CA on December 1- 4. This year’s course includes panel discussions and didactic lectures by many leaders in the field of gynecologic surgery. You will certainly not want to miss these Key Opinion Leaders speaking about lessons they have learned throughout their careers. There will be two optional cadaver lab sessions at the UCSD Center for the Future of Surgery on December 4 as well as a suturing course on December 1. Learn from the mentors at this special SGS event. You do not want to miss it!


 


Speakers


Marlene Corton, MD, M.Sc 
Professor
UT Southwestern Medical Center


Paul A. Moran, FRCOG, MFFP,
Consultant Urogynecologist
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals, NHS Trust 

 


Joint Statement on Re-introduction of Hospital and Office-based Procedures in the COVID-19 Climate for the Practicing Gynecologist

View the new joint statement HERE


A guide for urogynecologic patient care utilizing telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic: review of existing evidence

Thanks to the hard work from the SGS' Systematic Review Group (SRG) and the Collaborative Research in Pelvic Surgery Consortium (CoRPS) the above titled manuscript is now published in the International Urogynecology JournalClick HERE to read the manuscript.


Female Sexual Health: Barriers to Optimal Outcomes and a Roadmap for Improved Patient–Clinician Communications

The Alliance for Advancing Women’s Health (AAWH) collaborated on a consensus paper detailing the barriers to optimal women’s sexual health and a path toward improving clinical interaction. The paper, “Female Sexual Health: Barriers to Optimal Outcomes and a Roadmap for Improved Patient-Clinician Communications,” was recently published in the Journal of Women’s Health... Read More

SGS Mission

The mission of the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons is to promote excellence in gynecologic surgery through acquisition of knowledge and improvement of skills, advancement of basic and clinical research, and professional and public education.

Research

The Society prides itself in mentoring young gynecologic surgeons and investigators and this is reflected with the founding of both the Fellows' Pelvic Research Network (FPRN®) and the Systematic Review Groups (SRG) in 2007, both groups held in high esteem by other medical societies.

Education

Evidence-Based Medicine article published in OBG Mangement based on the SGS Meeting Workshop....Read it Now!

SGS has enhanced the searching capability on its NEW VIDEO LIBRARY. Click HERE to view!