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Online lectures

We continue to make O&G education and training as accessible as possible, and we've recently launched a new service – online lectures, taken directly from conferences and courses at the RCOG.

Top ten online lectures of 2016

Here’s a round-up of the most viewed lectures online for 2016. The RCOG will continue to record our courses, so have a look at the events calendar to see what’s in store for 2017.

1. Management of medical disorders on the labour ward

Professor Catherine Nelson-Piercy

Professor Catherine Nelson-Piercy from King's Health Partners delivered her lecture at the Management of the Labour Ward course on 16 June.

2. HRT: regimens benefits and side effects

Miss Lynne Robinson

Miss Lynne Robinson from Birmingham’s Women’s Hospital delivered her lecture at the Post Reproductive Health course on 18 October.

3. Ectopic pregnancy – the role of laparoscopic surgery and operative techniques

Dr James Clark

Dr James Clark from Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital delivered his lecture at the Benign Abdominal Surgery course on 19 September.

4. The new colposcopy guidelines: The headlines

Professor John Tidy

Professor John Tidy from Royal Hallamshire Hospital delivered his lecture at the Basic Colposcopy course on 2 June.

5. Recommendations of the Morecambe Bay investigation – FREE lecture

Dr Bill Kirkup

Dr Bill Kirkup CBE delivered his talk at the Each Baby Counts: Clinical Engagement Forum on 10 June.

6. Cytological and molecular techniques for prenatal diagnosis

Dr Kelly Cohen from Leeds General Infirmary Hospital delivered her lecture at the Fetal Medicine and Advanced Antenatal Care course on 24 May. View the lecture.

7. Talking about miscarriage – FREE Lecture

Ms Ruth Bender-Atik from Miscarriage Association delivered her lecture at the Early Pregnancy and Emergency Gynaecology on 18 March. View the lecture.

8. Eardley Holland Medal Lecture: Evolution in screening for Down’s syndrome

Professor Kypros Nicolaides from King´s College Hospital delivered his lecture at the Annual Professional Development Conference on 24 November 2015. View the lecture.

9. Tranexamic acid in management of obstetric haemorrhage

Professor Ian Roberts from the London School of Tropical Medicine delivered his lecture at the Masterclass in the Management of PPH course on 23 February. View the lecture

10. Surgical management of distal tubal disease

Professor T C Li from the Prince of Wales Hospital and The Chinese University of Hong Kong delivered his lecture at the Reproductive Surgery in the Era of ART conference on 13 September. View the lecture


Benefits of online lectures

You can:

  • obtain CPD credits for watching the lectures
  • adopt a more flexible approach to learning
  • save money to use for other educational activities
  • avoid travel time, staying in hotels and being away from home
  • keep in touch with the latest advances in your field if you live outside the UK or find it difficult to travel to the RCOG to attend conferences

Access all the online lectures

There are currently several hundred lectures and talks available on the StratOG website, which you can access any time, anywhere. Simply log-in to the StratOG website, purchase the relevant course, and take advantage of the benefits of online lectures.

 

Elsewhere on the site

StratOG for trainees
Discover our eLearning resources that support O&G trainees throughout the specialty training programme
TOG
Claim CPD credits using TOG, the RCOG’s continuing professional development journal