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Study Day on Genomics for O&G Subspecialties
Study Day on Genomics for O&G Subspecialties

Study Day on Genomics for O&G Subspecialties

13 December 2022

The RCOG is holding a one day Study Day on Genomics for O&G Subspecialties. This is taking place on Monday 27 February 2023.  This hybrid event is aimed at those interested in learning more about genomics, including trainees in O&G or genetics and doctors in O&G or genetics. Objectives of this course include understanding the genetic predisposition to gynaecological cancer the use of clinical and molecular genetics in the management of complex pregnancy.

This is a new hybrid course from the College to increase awareness and understanding in the rapidly developing field of genomics. Genomics is already embedded into many areas of routine O&G practice, making knowledge of the subject vitally important. As it is a rapidly evolving area of medicine, frequent updates and refreshers are required to maintain contemporary knowledge. To help you keep your understanding of the subject up-to-date, the College has established a Genomics Taskforce to promote, support and implement genomic medicine in O&G, achieved in part through the education of the RCOG membership and trainees.

In-person delegates will benefit from live lectures, Q&As, and breakout sessions. Virtual delegates will have the exciting opportunity to watch a live stream of sessions one and three, as well as the debate. They will also receive engaging pre-recorded videos as part of their breakout sessions. All delegates will have access to on-demand recordings for three months post-event. The new O&G core and advanced curricula will include new learning requirements for trainees.


Who should attend

  • Trainees in O&G
  • Subspecialty trainees
  • Obstetricians and gynaecologists and clinical geneticists, whether consultants, associate specialists or locally employed doctors
  • Midwives and nurses
  • Physician associates working in women’s health
  • Genetic counsellors

You can book onto the event here