UROLOGY Welcomes the Society of Women in Urology

        With this issue I am pleased to formally announce that UROLOGY is now the official journal of the Society of Women in Urology (SWIU). The mission of SWIU is to support the professional development and career advancement of women urologists and urologic researchers through education, advocacy, and mentorship. Women bring distinctive skillsets and perspectives to and face unique challenges in all professional endeavors, including the specialty of urology. In addition to providing high quality practice-relevant content each month, I have been committed as Editor to provide UROLOGY's worldwide reach as a platform for voices in our specialty that have not traditionally been formally recognized to help promote their stories and professional efforts. This affiliation of the SWIU and UROLOGY follows on our recent special issues on Women's Health (edited by Una Lee, MD) and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI, edited by Yaw Nyame, MD and Tracy Downs, MD), the establishment of a monthly section devoted to DEI, and further extends the commitment for opportunity of these voices to be heard.
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