FIGO launches global OBGYN survey on sexual and reproductive health and rights
The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) is excited to have launched a global survey on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
The survey aims to assess perceptions, knowledge and unmet needs of our colleagues in all member societies across broad themes of SRHR concepts, services and care. This includes continuous education and training, gaps in essential SRHR services, availability and use of new technologies, emerging issues in care provision, and the needs of special populations.
Obstetricians and gynaecologists (OBGYNs) around the world are kindly invited to participate in this survey. We hope to receive a substantial number of responses from OBGYNs, which will provide us with a large amount of diverse data.
Responses will be collected anonymously and used to assess SRHR perceptions and knowledge, and to assess training and educational needs of OBGYNs around the world.
Our findings will help shape FIGO’s policies on education, communication and advocacy, as well as how we engage and support FIGO’s Divisions and Committees with focused activities addressing unmet needs in SRHR.
We deeply appreciate your contribution to this research.
To complete the survey, please visit our survey platform. The survey closes at 23:45 UTC (UK time) on Tuesday 12 April.