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Mesh Complications Management Training Pathway

Register your interest and feed back in the consultation

Overview

The Mesh Complications Training Pathway has been developed to equip doctors in commissioned regional specialised centres with the clinical skills needed to manage patients presenting with a wide range of mesh implant complications originally inserted for urinary incontinence (UI), pelvic organ prolapse (POP) and rectal prolapse.

It does not include management of patients with complications of mesh inserted for other reasons including abdominal wall hernia or for complications following non-mesh surgery for UI, POP or rectal prolapse.

This area of clinical practice is new and there are no formal training programs for surgeons worldwide, including the UK. The RCOG in collaboration with partners have developed a Mesh Complications Management Training Pathway.

Register your interest

Established practitioners can register their interest to apply for accreditation by completing this online registration form.

Further guidance on the registration and application process will be shared once the consultation process has concluded.

Consultation

We are undertaking a consultation period with our key stakeholders. The consultation is open from Wednesday 12 January and closes on Friday 4 February 2022.

If you wish to feedback, please contact: training@rcog.org.uk