Recruitment into specialty training in O&G
Find out how to apply for specialty training in O&G
Working in O&G
O&G is a wide-ranging specialty with an extensive training programme that opens up lots of different career paths. If you choose O&G, you’ll have plenty of opportunities for personal career development, both medical and surgical.
Working in women’s health is a stimulating and rewarding career. Childbirth is an important event for any woman, and obstetricians are central to providing support and ensuring safety in maternity care. But O&G goes beyond just childbirth, and if you choose this career you’ll be focusing on improving women’s health at all stages of their lives.
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About the RCOG
Training and education
The RCOG is responsible for the specialty training programme in O&G and the O&G curriculum. The RCOG also sets the exams you’ll need to pass as part of specialty training in O&G.
You’ll receive support from the RCOG throughout your training. The College provides a variety of resources to support you, including courses and events, simulation training, eLearning and a range of benefits designed to support O&G trainees.
Continuing professional development and ongoing support
A career in O&G is one of the most demanding in developing and maintaining clinical skills and advanced team working. The College continues to support its members after they’ve completed specialty training with its continuing professional development (CPD) programme and a range of member benefits.
The RCOG is an international organisation and we work to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity, and to improve women’s health care, worldwide through our global health activities.
For more information about a career in O&G, please read the FAQs.
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