Delivery of excellence and equity in women’s health across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand

Annual Scientific Meeting 25 August 2022

Meet our ASM speakers: Dr Yves Rees and Jean Kitson

We’re excited to announce two incredible featured speakers joining our keynote speakers at the 2022 ASM on the Gold Coast.


COVID-19 13 July 2022
COVID-19 vaccination when pregnant or breastfeeding and for those planning pregnancy
Pregnant women have a higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19.


Examinations 26 September 2022
Our examinations platform
In 2022, RANZCOG commenced transitioning all of our examinations to…
Advocacy 26 September 2022
RANZCOG | ACM – Joint statement on DBSH
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and…
Advocacy 26 September 2022
President’s Blog – September 2022
RANZCOG President Dr Benjamin Bopp provides an update on College…
the College 20 September 2022
Obstetricians and gynaecologists to gather on Gold Coast for RANZCOG’s Annual Scientific Meeting
More than 1000 obstetricians and gynaecologists will gather on the…
the College 19 September 2022
Allison Thomas and Dawn Sherwood
Congratulations, Allison Thomas and Dawn Sherwood.
Our Members 19 September 2022
Meet Alka Kothari
One of the speakers at RANZCOG’s 2022 Annual Scientific Meeting,…
the College 15 September 2022
Member satisfaction survey 2021
Read about our two surveys conducted in 2021, and how…
Our Members 12 September 2022
Dr Hannah Szewczyk
As the Chair of the AMA’s Council of Doctors in…


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