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On this page you will find information about how you can get involved in a diverse range of clinical quality work and projects

The RCOG are committed to excellence in all O&G practices, encouraging innovation in research and helping women and girls access accurate information about their health.

To do this, we rely on the specialist skills, knowledge and experiences of both our members and service users to help shape our work.

You can find out more about our Clinical Quality committees here.

Current opportunities

Gynaecology Representative | Genomics Standing Committee

Provide representation for the urogynaecology subspecialty on the RCOG Genomics Standing Committee, supply updates on genomics activities in the subspecialty and raise awareness of key issues and debates. 

Application deadline: Monday 4 March 2024

Guidance consultations

The RCOG consults both professionals and users of O&G services on draft versions of our guidelines.

When guidelines are out for consultation, they will appear on this page.

How volunteers contribute to our work

The profession

Our members play a vital role in the development of clinical guidance that set standards for high-quality women's healthcare.

This ranges from joining our guideline committees, informing our scientific advisory work to contributing to consultations, peer reviews and quality assurance.

Service users

The College collaborates with a range of stakeholders to ensure our patient information resources capture the views of women and people on the care they receive. Patient input is at the heart of everything we do.

What our volunteers say

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