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Helen Jefferis

and Natalia Price

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date: 27 June 2022

This chapter covers the definition of a urogynaecologist and current training routines, including the specialty, advanced training skills modules (ATSMs), and specific subspecialty training. The composition and role of both local and regional multidisciplinary team (MDT) is described. Finally, the current controversies around the use of synthetic mesh, and the current UK suspension of all vaginal mesh use for both prolapse and incontinence, is covered.

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