After 31 August 2021, you will no longer be able to use the old CPD ePortfolio.
The old ePortfolio will remain available in read-only form until 31 December 2021.
From 1 January 2022 the old CPD ePortfolio will no longer be available.
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CPD and COVID-19
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of educational meetings and courses may be cancelled. While this will reduce your access to some educational resources, the 2019 RCOG CPD Framework includes a variety of alternative activities, such as eLearning, TOG questions and experiential learning (e.g. learning from discussions with peers, learning from cases, self-directed personal learning prompted by clinical experiences and reading).
If you are still following the previous CPD programme, we would also encourage you to use these alternative methods of learning.
The College recommends that Fellows, Members and Associates participate in the RCOG CPD programme at the rate of 50 CPD credits per year. However, in terms of appraisal and revalidation, the GMC’s CPD guidance does not set a requirement of a specific number of credits per year. Therefore, especially in view of the current circumstances, your appraiser may be willing to sign off your CPD even if you have not achieved the College’s credit recommendations. Please see the GMC CPD guidance: https://www.gmc-uk.org/-/media/documents/cpd-guidance-for-all-doctors-0316_pdf-56438625.pdf
We strongly advise that you discuss your learning objectives with your appraiser in advance of appraisal. The College also urges appraisers to apply flexibility in terms of CPD recommendations during this difficult period.
We recommend that doctors working in healthcare settings outside the UK where formal appraisal is not routine should discuss their learning objectives in informal meetings between colleagues.
The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG)
Covid-19 update: Print and distribution has resumed
Wiley has resumed print and distribution services of TOG, following a temporary suspension due to Covid-19 and international restrictions.
Please be aware though that ongoing local and national restrictions may still have an impact on delivery times and service.
You can still access the journal online by signing into the College website and navigating to the ‘My Benefits’ section of your account.