Information about subspecialty training in reproductive medicine, including the curriculum, logbooks and assessments
New curriculum and logbook introduced June 2015
The RCOG introduced a new reproductive medicine curriculum and logbook in June 2015 to reflect changes in knowledge and practice and the introduction of new technologies in reproductive medicine. We also introduced a separate log of experience so you can keep keep a unified log of all the procedures you undertake.
Please ensure you’re using the correct versions:
The assessment forms are the same for both versions of the curriculum.
Curriculum and logbook – post-June 2015
Curriculum and logbook
There is also a generic subspecialty curriculum which applies to all subspecialties and should be completed alongside your specific subspecialty curriculum. The generic subspecialty curriculum covers non-clinical skills including communication, teamworking, leadership, clinical governance.
Log of experience
Use the log of experience to keep a unified log of all the procedures you undertake. Your log of experience will be taken into account at your annual assessment.
Workplace-based assessments (WPBAs)
For guidance on how WPBAs work, please go to the workplace-based assessments page.
You have to be competent in the below – click for full OSATS details:
- Caesarean section
- Diagnostic hysteroscopy
- Diagnostic laparoscopy
- Hysteroscopic surgery
- Laparoscopic adhesiolysis
- Laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis
- Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
- Laparoscopic salpingectomy
- Laparoscopic salpingostomy
Find out more
If you need any help or advice, please read the subspecialty training FAQs, email the Advanced Training Coordinator at email@example.com or call +44 20 7772 6271.