2016 marked the debut of Pelvic Floor Disorders (PFD) Week, an expansion of the very successful AUGS Annual Scientific Meeting. PFD Week was created by AUGS to become the go-to meeting for health care professionals interested in or actively practicing Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery. The core of the meeting contains the traditional two and half days of scientific presentation with the addition of one day of surgical and clinical workshop sessions.
With this expanded focus, the meeting brings together physicians, physicians-in-training, researchers, physical therapists, advance nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurse practitioners to collaborate, network and learn from each other’s expertise. PFD Week creates the forum to learn from each other’s knowledge, experience and expertise, for the improvement of women’s urogynecologic care.
PFD Week is an inclusive meeting that offers access to internationally recognized leaders in the field and the opportunity to network with the most highly respected health professionals in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery.
Exhibitor / Sponsor Information:
Pelvic Floor Disorders Week, also known as the AUGS Annual Scientific Meeting, provides the largest public platform for presentation and discussion of the latest science, and a venue for Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgeons to announce revolutionary treatments, cutting-edge technological breakthroughs and future research efforts.
Why Support PFD Week?
As a supporter of PFD Week, you gain direct access to a focused audience of more than 900 attendees who prescribe and purchase your products and services. More than 60% of meeting attendees said that they rely on the products and services displayed in the exhibit hall to incorporate into their practice. Nearly 75% of attendees approve or influence purchases in their work environments.
AUGS is offering combined exhibitor and sponsorship packages for those companies that are looking for additional promotion and marketing during the meeting.
The American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS), founded in 1979, is the premier non-profit organization representing more than 1,900 members including practicing physicians, nurse practitioners, physical therapists, nurses and health care professionals, as well as researchers from many disciplines, all dedicated to treating female pelvic floor disorders. As the leader in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, AUGS promotes the highest quality patient care through excellence in education, research and advocacy.