The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (ᰮ) trains, accredits and supports the development of women’s health professionals, with the goal of delivering excellence in women’s health.

A career in women’s health

The College trains and accredits doctors throughout Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand in the specialty of obstetrics and gynaecology so that they are capable – professionally and psychologically – of providing the highest standards of health care.

Find out how ᰮ can help you develop your career in women’s health, wherever on that journey you may currently be.

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ᰮ sites 8 March 2023

Obstetrics and Gynaecology Education and ᰮ (OGET) project

A funding initiative from the Department of Health to establish and support a variety of new training posts in expanded settings.


LATEST TRAINING NEWS

13 February 2024
ᰮ updates
Read the latest updates relevant to your training program.
Foundation 26 October 2023
ᰮ Women’s Health Foundation Grants and Scholarships recipients commencing in 2024
The ᰮ Women’s Health Foundation is pleased to announce successful…
Advocacy 17 April 2023
ᰮ calls for action to address elective surgery backlog
ᰮ is calling for urgent reform to address the growing…
Advocacy 30 March 2023
Trainee leave entitlements
ᰮ has written to governments advocating for improved trainee leave…