The European Urogynaecology Association (EUGA) exists to facilitate the study and analysis of all aspects of urinary tract and pelvic floor .. Read more dysfunction, promoting European-wide education and setting the standards in Urogynaecology. EUGA is a non-profit European organisation founded to advance urogynaecology and support medical professionals practicing in this field. Through our Annual Congress, CME-accredited training courses and other Europe-wide professional networking opportunities, EUGA promotes the subspecialty of Urogynaecology throughout Europe. Our audit and accreditation programmes allow us to recognise and promote high standards and quality of urogynaecological training, with the ultimate goal of raising the bar and promoting consistency of practice across Europe.
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