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Urogynaecology subspecialty training

Subspecialty training in urogynaecology, including the curriculum, logbooks and assessments

Revised curriculum and logbook introduced February 2018

The inclusion of the laparoscopic urogynaecology module as a mandatory component of subspecialty training has been approved by the GMC, which takes effect from February 2018.

Please ensure that you are using the correct versions:

  • If you started subspecialty training after February 2018,  you must use the new (February 2018) curriculum which includes the laparoscopic Urogynaecology module as a mandatory component.

 

Curriculum and logbook – February 2018

Curriculum and logbook

Standardised surgical log

A standardized surgical log has been introduced. It is mandatory to keep a surgical log of all your procedures as this will form part of your annual assessment

 

Curriculum and logbook – post-January 2014

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.

Optional laparoscopic urogynaecology module for post-January 2014

 

Workplace-based assessments (WPBAs)

For guidance on how WPBAs work, please go to the workplace-based assessments page.

OSATS

You have to be competent in the below (click on each bullet point for full details):

Find out more

If you need any help or advice, please read the subspecialty training FAQsemail the Advanced Training Coordinator at , or call +44 20 7045 6789.

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Assessment of training
Information about sign-off of competencies, workplace-based assessments, ARCPs and more
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Training guidelines, advice, useful resources and sources of support for trainees