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Aotearoa New Zealand 24 June 2022

Mānawatia a Matariki

On 24 June, Aotearoa New Zealand will enjoy a new national holiday to mark Matariki – Te Tau Hou Māori, or the Māori New Year; a time for reflection, renewal and celebration. An artwork entitled ‘Matariki’, by Māori artist Shane Hansen, hangs in our Council Room.


First Nations health 6 June 2022
Yarn up with Aunty Marilyn Clarke
Jony Berry, our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Advisor, speaks to Dr Marilyn Clarke.


Continuing professional development 1 July 2022
CPD program from 1 July 2022
Find out about the changes to the RANZCOG CPD program…
the College 27 June 2022
Conception, Family Planning and Sexual Health Webinar
Wednesday 13 July at 6pm AEST.
Advocacy 27 June 2022
President’s Blog – June 2022
RANZCOG President Dr Benjamin Bopp provides an update on College…
Advocacy 25 June 2022
RANZCOG statement on Roe v Wade ruling
The College strongly supports the availability of abortion being an…
Advocacy 21 June 2022
Refugee Week 2022 – ‘Making a difference with MSF’
Two RANZCOG Fellows have detailed their experience working with MSF…
COVID-19 15 June 2022
COVID-19 and pregnant health care workers and other at-risk workers
The purpose of this communiqué is to address the issue…
the College 14 June 2022
RANZCOG welcomes funding for National Advisory Council for Women’s Health
RANZCOG has welcomed funding in last night’s Federal Budget for…
Global health 14 June 2022
RANZCOG statement on the situation in Ukraine
RANZCOG joins its obstetrics and gynaecology colleagues a FIGO and…


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 be the leader in education, training and advocacy in obstetrics and gynaecology