Pelvic Floor Consortium 

Date: Saturday, June 1, 2024

Time: 12:15 - 4:15 pm Eastern Time

Location: Baltimore Convention Center, 1 W Pratt St., Baltimore, MD

Circumstances may prevent some from traveling, but you can still join virtually. Wheather you plan to attend virtually or in Seattle, register below to reserve your seat.

Purpose: Identifying Knowledge Gaps and Research Priorities for Multidisciplinary Rectal and Posterior Vaginal Prolapse Care: 

Overview: To address knowledge gaps in rectal and posterior vaginal prolapse care the PFDC created a core descriptor set for date collection through expert consensus. As the next step, we are reviewing the current status of rectal prolapse research, identifying knowledge gaps and research priorities by engaging stakeholders in surveys and listening sessions. Preliminary findings will be shared and discussed during the PFDC /ASCRS 2024 meeting. We invite attendees to share their priorities and insights through interactive discussions. During the ICS 2024 meeting we will review finalized results. We aim to develop a collaborative research agenda with the long term goal of improving rectal and posterior vaginal wall prolapse care.

Who can participate? All Pelvic Floor Consortium Members from all affiliated societies and ASCRS Annual Scientific Meeting attendees are welcome.    

This meeting takes place the first day of the 2024 ASCRS Annual Scientific Meeting. You may register for the Pelvic Floor Consortium meeting alone or add it on to your Annual Meeting registration. Those coming for the Pelvic Floor Consortium and not the ASCRS Annual Scientific Meeting will also be able to add Saturday’s workshop and Sunday’s session related to pelvic floor without registering for the full Annual Meeting.

Please register early to ensure we have enough room and refreshments.

Review the full schedule of events and register now.  


With representatives from different subspecialties, the Pelvic Floor Disorders Consortium takes a multidisciplinary approach to enhancing patient care.  To see our previous work or contribute to future work by joining the Pelvic Floor Disorders Consortium, please visit the consortium page HERE.