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International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology

Become a member of ISPOG

ISPOG is a global organisation. It brings together National Societies for Psychosomatic and Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology. A list of affiliated national societies is shown on the web site. National societies pay ISPOG €8 subscription per member per annum. Payment of the fees entitles all members of National Societies to membership of ISPOG.

Benefits of membership of ISPOG:

  • Be a member of a worldwide network of professionals working in the field of psychosomatic and psychosocial obstetrics and gynaecology
  • Option to subscribe to the Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology online at a reduced member rate. Please note that some national societies include subscription to JPOG as part of the membership fee.
  • Register at a reduced fee for the three-yearly International ISPOG congresses
  • Ability to nominate with the support of the national society for elected positions on the ISPOG Board of Officers.
  • Become involved in ISPOG educational and ambassadorial activities.

How do I become a member of ISPOG?

Check the list of national societies on the website. If there is an established society in your country, click on the link and email to ask about membership. Once you are registered with your national society you will automatically be a member of ISPOG.

Where there is no national society, ISPOG is keen to help groups of interested people to work together to form national groups, consistent with the principles and purposes of ISPOG, with the aim of forming a national society. Where there are several ISPOG members from the same country we will seek your permission to share your details so that you can collaborate if you wish.

For consideration for membership, a national society will:

  • demonstrate formal documents with aims and objectives consistent with ISPOG’s Statues and Standing Rules,
  • supply names and contact details of an elected Board, which typically consists of a minimum of a President, Secretary General and Treasurer.
International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology

How are ISPOG membership fees paid?

National societies are asked to send to the ISPOG secretariat ( updated numbers of members at the end of each year. A reminder will be sent to national society contacts.

Every January the ISPOG Treasurer will send each national society an invoice for membership fees. The amount will be based on the number of members of the national society (€8 per member).

Membership fees should be transferred to the ISPOG bank account, details of which are on the invoice. Fees are due by 31 March each year.

Become an individual member of ISPOG

If your country is not a national society of ISPOG you have got the option to become an individual member of ISPOG. Fill in your details below and we will respond to you as soon as possible!

Latest News

Announcement ISPOG 2022

October 9, 2021 1 minute

The COVID-19 pandemic has had, and still has, a profound impact on all of us,. Affecting the everyday life and professional activities of our patients and ourselves. The 20th Congress of the International Society of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ISPOG) addresses this Impact in relation to the following topics in key lectures, symposia, master classes […]

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50 Years of Conferences in Germany

March 1, 2021 4 minutes

In 2021 the 50th annual conference of the DGPFG, the German Society for Psychosomatic Gynaecology and Obstetrics, the association with the largest number of members in the ISPOG, will take place. An anniversary event was planned in Berlin; that had to be reduced to a 2-day online event due to corona. A small consolation: All […]

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In Memoriam Eylard van Hall

January 1, 2021 3 minutes

Barcelona 26 Aug 1934 – Noordwijk 10 Dec 2020 The year 2020 will be remembered because of the COVID19 pandemic of which we are suffering the third wave now, but for us, the POG family, it will be the year of the farewell to a man to remember, one of the ISPOG founding fathers, our […]

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