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Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery – International (FMIGS-I)

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A 2017 initiative approved by the FMIGS Board will allow non-US and Canadian fellowship programs to apply for FMIGS-International (FMIGS-I) designation.

A committee composed of a diverse group of clinician-educators has worked hard to establish standards by which international fellowship sites can be recognized for their educational training capacity.

The mission of FMIGS-I is to provide a uniform training program for gynecologists who have completed her/his residency in obstetrics and gynecology and desire additional knowledge and surgical skills in minimally invasive gynecologic so they may: (a) serve as a scholarly and surgical resource for patients and referring physicians; (b) have the ability to care for patients with complex gynecologic surgical disease via minimally invasive techniques; establish sites that will serve a leadership role in advanced endoscopic and reproductive surgery; and (c) further research in minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. International fellowship programs will have similar requirements as those in the United States and Canada that includes a 2-year curriculum, didactics, minimum case experience, competency-based training, assessment and research.

FMIGS‐I trains specialists in minimally invasive gynecological surgery through a standardized and well recognized curriculum and surgical experience. After graduation, FMIGS‐I trained individuals must meet all local and regulatory requirements for clinical practice.

Milad
Magdy P. Milad, MD, MS
Committee Chair, FMIGS-International