The following are eLearning platforms provided by RANZCOG

The CLIMATE eLearning website provides online learning support for RANZCOG trainees and members, CWH and Diploma candidates and a range of associated health professionals.

The Online Assessment portal provides RANZCOG examination candidates with secure access to examination resources including online examination practice MCQ and SAQ papers and user manuals. Access to some components of the site may be time-limited and restricted to eligible candidates.
The Online Fetal Surveillance Education Program provides pre-reading, refresher and continuing education suitable for those who are attending or have attended the FSEP face-to-face sessions in the program. RANZCOG Members have complimentary access to these resources.
The Nuchal Translucency Online learning course provides a process for certification to ensure adequate training and high standards for practitioners performing the 11–14 Week Ultrasound Scan. Ductus Venous Screening and Uterine Artery Pulsatility Index courses are also available. Visit the NT elearning online store.
The COLP is a comprehensive theoretical online education program for professionals performing colposcopy. It is a free resource that offers individual login, sequential compliance pathway to track individual progress, multiple choice question quizzes and a certificate of completion. Visit the Colposopy Online Learning Program online store.

RANZCOG online store

The RANZCOG online store provides access to a select range of products and resources via a secure payment portal. Some of these resources are available to clients not already affiliated with RANZCOG.




Gender Equity and Diversity Working Group Communiqué

Every health professional has a right to work in a safe, supportive workplace



Taking it to the edge

More than 150 delegates attended the recent RANZCOG SA/NT Symposium, enjoying an engaging and diverse scientific program during the day, and then honouring 35 Year Fellows at a gala dinner.



Termination of pregnancy is a right for every woman

In response to comments by Peter Dutton, we reassert our strongly-held position that all people, irrespective of their nationality or citizenship status, should be offered appropriate medical assessment and care.