The RCOG works to improve women’s healthcare across the world by improving the standard of care delivered to women and encouraging the study, science and practice of obstetrics and gynaecology.

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RCOG guidelines present recognised methods and techniques for good clinical practice, based on published evidence.

  • 26 pieces of clinical guidance and patient information published in 2016
  • 10 New pieces of clinical guidance and 8 new Patient Information leaflets to be published in 2017
  • 633 Women’s healthcare providers trained through RCOG global programmes in 2016
  • RCOG guidance available

RCOG communications and publications keep members up to date on the latest news, developments and issues in O&G.

  • Over 60 subscribed journals available and 18 eBooks currently available
  • 18% increase in article downloads from BJOG and TOG in 2016
  • New O&G membership magazine covering the latest in women’s healthcare

RCOG resources support members to develop and maintain their O&G skills, enabling them to do the best for patients.

Online resources