AAGL members have the opportunity to network and knowledge share through Special Interest Groups (SIGs). A SIG is an informal community within our organization with a shared interest in a focused area of knowledge. SIGs provide forums to connect people who have similar clinical interests or professional backgrounds in specific subspecialties within minimally invasive gynecology.
Special Interest Groups
What is the purpose of AAGL SIGs?
SIGs are an offering to AAGL members with the goal to facilitate discussion and engagement. SIGs will foster member driven discussion and allow members to share common interests in MIGS to learn from each other, and group of peers and physicians, who may have specific expertise in these areas of interest.
How do I join a SIG?
AAGL members (in good standing) can join a SIG simply by adding the SIG to your member clicks profile. Simply log into your profile and select your SIG. If your membership lapses, you no longer participate in the SIG discussions. If you would like to join a SIGs please contact: Seth Spirrison at AAGL via email to email@example.com.
What is the focus of a AAGL SIG?
The focus of a SIG is directed by its members. The focus area should be broad and inclusive enough for our community of members to discuss topics of interest. AAGL has (8) active SIGs. Click on the group name below to learn more: