The Society for Academic Specialists in General Obstetrics and Gynecology seeks to enhance women’s health by supporting academic generalist physicians in all phases of their careers. Our goal is to facilitate leading edge treatments, enhance the delivery of clinical care, support education and scholarship, and foster excellence in research.

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SASGOG 2017 Annual Meeting

Friday, May 5, 2017
San Diego, California

During the ACOG Annual Meeting
Featuring keynote speakers and breakout sessions.

Preliminary Agenda

More information coming soon!


The Society for Academic Specialists in General Obstetrics and Gynecology is soliciting applications for the Resident Reporter Program for the 2017 SASGOG Annual Meeting. Supported by a generous grant from Hologic, selected residents will receive up to $2,000 towards travel, registration fees and hotel costs. Registration will include attendance at both the SASGOG Annual Meeting on May 5, 2017, as well as the joint ACOG/SASGOG scientific session on May 7, 2017. Both of these events are being held in conjunction with the ACOG Annual Clinical Meeting to be held in San Diego, California from May 6-9, 2017...read more

SASGOG is Writing it's Second Book

Office Gynecology: A Case-Based Approach 
Co-Editors David Chelmow, Nicole Karjane, Hope Ricciotti and Amy Young 
Cambridge University Press

The book will contain approximately 100 cases summarizing office practice problems in gynecology. Each contribution will be organized as a brief case presentation followed by 2-4 pages (approximately 2000 words total) of discussion at a level appropriate for junior attending obstetrics and gynecology physicians. The book is a SASGOG project, will carry the SASGOG brand, and proceeds from the book will benefit SASGOG. Cases will be in the same format as the Acute and Emergency Care Gynecology: A Case-Based Approach book that so many of you wrote chapters for two years ago. Click HERE for the preliminary Table of Contents.

Application Process:
The application for author process is complete. There are 100 authors signed up. If you wish to be on a wait list in case chapters open up when final assignments go out, please contact Dr. David Chelmow at david.chelmow@vcuhealth.org. Please indicate which sections you may be interested in writing for should there be an unexpected opening.

We anticipate mailing out final instructions and sample chapters late in January. Chapters will be due May 1, 2017. We anticipate the book being published early in 2018. Authors will receive a copy of the book.

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Member Benefits

  • Access to career opportunities
  • Free webinars
  • Valuable resources for generalist OB/GYNs
  • Exclusive SASGOG events
  • Opportunities for career enhancement
  • Mentor/mentee and educational programs
  • Opportunities to publish
  • Exclusive private SASGOG Member Portal including member-only resources and communications

Membership Levels

We offer individual membership for all career levels.

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