As CSPM members, you’ll be part of a professional society whose objectives are:
To disseminate information regarding progress in female pelvic medicine (including prevention, conservative management and pharmaceutical management) and reconstructive surgery
To provide the opportunity for the exchange of experiences and opinion through discussion, study and publications in this field
To encourage original multidisciplinary research in this discipline
To promote the acquisition of knowledge and improve multidisciplinary clinical training in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery
Join a community of dedicated individuals working toward advancing female pelvic health and keep up to date on the existing and emerging issues in the field! As a CSPM member you will receive the following benefits:
Discounted rates for professional development events and CSPM Annual Meetings
Inclusion in the "Find a Provider" directory
Access to the CSPM Discussion Forum to network with colleagues, pose questions and share ideas
Opportunity to disseminate your research survey to CSPM members
Opportunity to request/receive a CSPM Letter of Support to accompany your grant applications
Participation in CSPM Journal Club
Volunteer opportunities on CSPM committees and/or Board
Membership to the Canadian Society for Pelvic Medicine is open to health care workers residing in Canada, who have an interest in Pelvic Floor Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, focusing on women.
- Physician Membership is open to any MD (or equivalent).
- Non-Physician Membership is open to any (PhD, Physiotherapist, Sex Therapist, Nurse or other allied health professionals).
In Training Membership
- In Training Membership is open to any Medical Students, Residents or Training Fellows, who are either: Currently enrolled in a school of medicine or Currently enrolled in a graduate training program or residency program in relation to Pelvic Floor Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery or other related field, and/or research*.
*Verification of your student/resident/fellow status in the form of a letter from your institution/program director is required upon application to the Canadian Society for Pelvic Medicine and shall be provided on letterhead/stationary of your institution to be considered for membership under this category.