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Publications 3 October 2022

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We as a medical profession continue to strive to provide holistic care for women at risk of, and diagnosed with, gynaecological cancers and cancers in pregnancy.


Advocacy 28 November 2022
President’s Blog – November 2022
RANZCOG President Dr Benjamin Bopp provides an update on College activities and advocacy across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand.


the College 28 November 2022
GALLERY: ACT Registrar Research Presentation Day
ACT Fellows and trainees came together on Saturday 26 November…
Advocacy 28 November 2022
President’s Blog – November 2022
RANZCOG President Dr Benjamin Bopp provides an update on College…
Our Members 23 November 2022
Celebrating 35 years of service
RANZCOG wishes to congratulate all Fellows and Diplomate members who…
Our Members 21 November 2022
Congratulations to our RANZCOG Women’s Health Foundation grant recipients
RANZCOG offers its congratulations to the latest RANZCOG Women’s Health…
Advocacy 21 November 2022
Statement on inclusive language
RANZCOG aims to provide an inclusive and welcoming space to…
Women’s health 14 November 2022
Healthy Horizons Website Launch
RANZCOG was proud to help launch Healthy Horizons.
the College 7 November 2022
GALLERY: Council Week November 2022
RANZCOG’s final Council Week of 2022 ran from 7 November…
Governance 4 November 2022
EOI: Consumer Representative for Cultural Safety Steering Group
Are you a member of the public who would like…


How to manage a complex ovarian cyst
Gynaecologists are frequently confronted with the quandary of an ultrasound report stating that there is a ‘complex ovarian cyst’, especially when the ultrasound has not been performed by a specialist with a certificate of obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound (COGU). Complex is a very vague term that does not adequately guide further management.
PMT, PMS and PMDD: is there a difference?
The name says it all. Or does it? Are premenstrual tension (PMT), premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) one and the same or variants of the same affliction, or are they separate entities?…

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the College 12 November 2021

Meet the Councillors of the Twelfth RANZCOG Council

We chat to each new Councillor to find out what they hope to bring to their positions of leadership…

Our mission: to continue to lead in education and training in obstetrics and gynaecology, and advocacy in women’s health