The National Trainees Conference 2021 has been designed by trainees, for trainees at all grades and all areas of interest.
The diverse programme has been tailored to help enhance your understanding of the new RCOG core curriculum. Each half day will cover one of the four new professional identities, referring to as many CiPS as possible.
Across the two days, you will have the flexibility to tailor your experience to your clinical and professional development needs, whilst sharing experiences with peers from around the country.
Please note: We are committed to running the National Trainees Conference in May 2021. However, in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty around the impact of social distancing measures on events, a decision around the format of this event will be decided and communicated to all registered delegates in early 2021.
5 reasons to attend NTC 2021
- Help with navigating the new RCOG Core Curriculum
- Talks covering some of the hot topics in O&G
- Select breakout sessions to suit your needs
- Present your work on a national platform
- Be part of a community and meet peers to share experiences
"The lectures were of high value, very educational and really interesting". – Trainee delegate
Who should attend
- ST1-7 Trainees in O&G
- Medical Students
- Anyone considering a career in O&G
Dr Sarah Channing
Dr Danya Bakhbakhi
Dr Will Farkas
Dr Sarah Quinn
Dr Sophie Boyd
Dr Katie Cornthwaite
Dr Emily Hotton
Dr Abi Merriel
Dr Neil Ryan
Honorary Co-Directors of Conferences
Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham
Mr Andrew Sizer FRCOG, Shrewsbury