Subspecialty training in Urogynaecology, including the curriculum and assessments
Urogynaecology curriculum – October 2019
This is the Definitive Document for the Urogynaecology curriculum 2019 approved by the GMC, which contains full details of the Urogynaecology curriculum. Please use this document as a reference point.
The Urogynaecology curriculum is divided into 4 Capabilities in Practice (CiP).
Please see the Matrix of progression page for both the 2020-21 matrix of progression COVID-19 (for ST6-7 who have switched to the 2019 core curriculum) and the 2018-19 matrix of progression COVID-19 (for ST6-7 who are staying on the pre-2019 core curiulcum).
Urogynaecology Matrices (COVID-19 version)
The COVID-19 version of the matrices have been developed to accommodate the temporary derogation approved by the GMC due to the pandemic. They should be used for training until the derogation is removed by the GMC following engagement with the Statutory Education Bodies and wider system.
Subspecialty Curriculum guidance
See our guidance document (on RCOG eLearning website) developed to support the new Urogynaecology subspecialty curriculum.
Cross specialty guidance
In order to achieve CCT at the end of subspecialty training, pre-CCT trainees following the new 2019 core curriculum are required to provide evidence for the cross specialty Capabilities in Practice (CiPs). See our guidance document on RCOG eLearning developed on how evidence for the cross specialty CiPs can be achieved.
In line with the previous curriculum, only for all major procedures require 3 OSATs evidencing competent independent practice for this Urogynaecology subspecialty.
However, it is recommended that the other specific procedural skills listed in the procedure table in the curriculum which also require Level 5 sign-off should also ideally be evidenced by at least 3 competent OSATs where possible before sign-off. You have to be competent in the below:
Previous versions of the Urogynaecology Curriculum
You can see details about previous versions of the Urogynaecology Curriculum.
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