Ultrasound is integral to the clinical practice of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
The RCOG has pioneered the introduction, and formalised assessment, of ultrasound as a core procedural skill in its postgraduate curriculum. Our ultrasound guidance document on RCOG eLearning explains how ultrasound training sits within the 2019 Core Curriculum.
For general information about ultrasound training, please Ultrasound training: introduction, which includes:
To see what resources are available to support your ultrasound training, please visit the ultrasound training resources page
View a list of RCOG conferences and courses suitable for ultrasound skills.
Transabdominal ultrasound examination of early pregnancy (mandatory)
Ultrasound examination of early pregnancy complications (optional)
Ultrasound examination in gynaecology (non-pregnant patient) (optional)
Find details for all skills in the ultrasound guidance on RCOG eLearning
Transabdominal ultrasound examination in later pregnancy (mandatory)
Transabdominal ultrasound examination of biometry in later pregnancy (formative – mandatory, summative – optional)*
Transabdominal ultrasound examination of fetal anatomy in later pregnancy (optional)*
Transvaginal examination in later pregnancy (optional)
View details of previous versions of the Ultrasound modules.
Information for trainers about how to supervise, deliver and assess ultrasound training is available in the trainers’ resources section of the site.
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