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TOG

TOG symbolThe journal for continuing professional development (CPD) from the RCOG.

With its mixture of high-quality, peer reviewed articles, The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG) is an ideal resource for your continuing professional development in women’s health.

Read TOG online

Fellows, Members, registered Trainees, Associates and CPD Associates


Please note: you will need to be signed in to the RCOG website to access TOG online.

Non-members and individual subscribers

Non-members have limited access to TOG content here, and can also find out how to subscribe to TOG.

If you already subscribe to TOG but are not an RCOG Fellow, Member, registered Trainee, Associate or CPD Associate, you can access TOG via Wiley Online Library

TOG CPD questions

Fellows, Members and CPD Associates need to be signed into the website to submit your CPD questions via your CPD/Revalidation ePortfolio.

About TOG

TOG provides all health professionals working within the field of obstetrics and gynaecology with an up-to-date, peer-reviewed information resource delivered through a range of educational articles.

TOG is available both in print and online. The journal provides UK consultants with CPD-creditable questions, and is also relevant to all trainees and health professionals working in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G) across the world.

The journal regularly features:

  • Reviews
  • Clinical governance articles
  • Education papers
  • Views and counterviews articles
  • Book, website and app reviews
  • Letters
  • CPD creditable questions

The RCOG has just completed a review of the aims and scope of TOGFind out more about the review and the recommendations for the future development of the journal.

TOG articles are published online ahead of print. For more information, and to find out how to register for an email alert when new content is published, please visit the TOG Early View page.

TOG supports open access publishing requirements. Find out more about TOG’s open access policy.

The RCOG regularly produces press releases about TOG articles.

Please also see the information about the TOG Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Board.

Subscriptions

RCOG Fellows, Members and registered Trainees receive the journal in print as part of their membership benefits, and can access TOG online via the link above (please note you will need to be signed in to the website to view the link).

If you’d like to subscribe to TOG, or are an RCOG member but haven’t received your print copy, can’t access TOG online or would like back issues of the journal, please visit the TOG subscriptions page.

Information for authors and reviewers

Information and resources to support those writing and reviewing for TOG, including:

  • How to submit an idea for an article
  • How to prepare an article for submission, including instructions for authors and the RCOG style guide
  • TOG’s membership of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
  • The peer review process, including guidelines for peer-reviewers

Advertising in TOG

Advertising in TOG gives you direct access to an international audience of specialists and trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology, in addition to other health professionals with an interest in women’s health. Email Dean Martin for more information.

Classified advertising in TOG is an excellent way to inform RCOG Fellows, Members and Trainees of upcoming meetings and courses. Find out more about specifications, rates and copy deadlines.

Contact us

Find out who to contact if you have enquiries about submitting a manuscript or the status of a manuscript in review.

Join the TOG LinkedIn group

Join discussions, connect with colleagues and keep up to date with TOG via the journal’s LinkedIn group.

Search for The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist on LinkedIn or click TOG LinkedIn group to join.

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