Benefits to Membership
Membership took place by the approval of the association board for those who provide bylaws conditions.
Members charged annual dues and membership renewal payments are due every year on January 1 to continue membership with PAED.
When a new application is processed, prospective member pays the full memebership fee. Depending on the when you joined, your dues will be used to pay the remainder of the current year and the available balance would be the prepayment toward the next year.
Find a Provider
You can connect with colleagues with similar interests that can support you to extend your expertise with your patients and patients who seeks specialist on the field as well as a resource for referral.
Peer-reviewed recent research papers will be available through our website both in English and in Turkish translation.
PAED Discussion List
PAED discussion list is the premier platform for discussing and understanding pelvic pain. This two way email system allows members to send an email message to everyone on the list at the same time. Once subscribed you will be able to send messages to the list, read previous messages, make search in messages, modify your settings (change email address and password) and how you receive emails, such as message digest or not to receive email but continue to participate.
Ask the Board
Members can send their questions to the board. Questions and answers will posted on a Q&A format.
Members are eligible to post their pelvic health events on our public calender. When your event is clicked on, system will direct the user to your webpage for the event.
PAED blog provides scientific reliable knowledge for professionals and patients. Members are eligible to write blogposts for publications.
PAED Annual Meeting-Congress
PAED annual scientific meeting provides practitioners and researchers expandede and up to date knowledge on evaluation, diagnoses, treatment and research disorders related to pelvic pain. The meeting emphasize the multidiciplinary approach to the management of pelvic pain. Anyone who works in the field and carries an interest to this prevelant healthcare problem is invited to attend including, primary care providers, gynecologist, nurse, urologist, surgeon, anesthesiologist, neurologist, physiotherapist, psychiatrist, neuroscientist. Presentations will combine research findings and clinical care patterns and practices important to the care of women and men afflicted from pelvic pain. Additional workshops will be held for who needs a broader understanding on pelvic neuroanatomy, physiology and available treatment methods due to be more comprehensive on the evaluation of pelvic pain.
e-Newsletter includes latest articles on the field, upcoming meeting and congress informations, winning poster abstracts from the meeting and the messages from the board.
Important information on upcoming events including online registiration, abstract deadlines and opportunities to participate in surveys focusing on pelvic pain will be send to your inbox.