Obstetrics and Gynaecology
The scope of this specialty is increasing rapidly and now covers the whole field of Reproduction and its control, Perinatal Medicine, Feto-Placental-Maternal Relations, Genetics and Immunology. Gynaecology is concerned with the well being of the female reproductive organs and the ability to reproduce, and includes Endocrinology, Female Urology and Pelvic Malignancy. In Obstetrics as well as Gynaecology, there are increasing opportunities for significant Scientific and Clinical Research, which may lead to higher degrees.
Training Programme Details
Obstetrics & Gynaecology training is provided in the following hospitals within the Health & Social Care Trusts in Northern Ireland:
Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital
Antrim Area Hospital
South Eastern Trust
Craigavon Area Hospital
Daisy Hill Hospital
Altnagelvin Area Hospital
South West Acute Hospital
All new trainees to the School of O&G must register with the Royal College of Obstetrics & Gynaecology and ePortfolio
. Trainees are required to contact ePortfolio@rcog.org.uk
in order to complete this process. If you have a query regarding your Educational Supervisor, Postings or need to reset your password, please contact Sean McErlean: firstname.lastname@example.org
All CME sessions will be held on a Friday, unless otherwise stated, in Bretten Hall, Antrim Hospital starting at 2pm. Please click on the following links for further CME information.
If you have any queries regarding CME please contact: email@example.com 0r Telephone: 028 9040 0045
This course is aimed towards ST2/LAT2 trainees only, held at the Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital (RJMH), Belfast.
Further ROBuST dates to follow when available.
Ulster O&G Society
- Friday 13 October 2017
- Friday 2 February 2018
- Friday 15 June 2018
If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mersey Deanery Courses
The Mersey Deanery have recently set up some local courses to facilitate logbooks, ATSM training etc. which may be of interest to you. For further information, please view the Mersey Deanery Courses Advert
Obstetrics & Gynaecology is now so diverse that a series of ATSMs have been designed to enhance the skills required by future Consultants. Trainees will be expected to complete a minimum of two ATSMs during the two year period (ST6&7) and are asked to regularly check the ATSM page
on the College website for the most up-to-date information. There have been a number of changes to ATSMs that came into effect on 1st August 2011 and these are detailed here