OBJECTIVES To quantify the representation of women urologists as invited speakers at the AUA Annual Meeting .
METHODS Programs for the AUA Annual Meeting were reviewed from 2017-2019 . Topics of sessions and genders of moderators and panelists were collected . Percentages of women urologists as well as topics of sessions were compared between years .
RESULTS Women urologists comprised 60 of 467 moderators (12.8 %) and 63 of 614 panelists (10.3 %). Sessions about infection had the most women urologist moderators while oncology had the least . Sessions about FPMRS has the most women urologists as panelists . Male urologists were more likely to be full professors compared to women urologists . While the percentage of female panelists fluctuated, the percentage of female moderators decreased each year .
CONCLUSIONS Although the proportion of women to men in urology is increasing, the number and proportion of woman urologist panelists and moderators at the annual AUA meeting does not reflect this trend . It is important to recognize and correct this discrepancy, as well as to increase visibility of women and others underrepresented in the field.