Certificate Holders

Membership of the College is open to any medical practitioner who has joined the Certificate of Women's Health (CWH) Training Program and has satisfactorily completed all requirements of that program, including associated administrative requirements.

CWH holders are required to participate in and satisfactorily accrue the required Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners QI & CPD Program or the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine PDP.

Doctors who hold a current Certificate of Women's Health are entitled to acknowledge their membership status on their curriculum vitae with the associated postnominal being 'CertWH'.

CWH Applications

For full information regarding applying for the Certificate of Women's Health, please visit the Certificate of Women's Health & DRANZCOG pages. An application fee is payable at the time of application. Successful applicants will also be required to pay an annual subscription fee. Both fees can be found on our Fees page.

Membership Requirements

The regulations that govern this category of membership of RANZCOG are contained in Regulation 23.3. Please also refer to the current Certificate & Diploma Curriculum and Handbook documents.

More information

For enquiries regarding the Certificate of Women's Health:

Maree Brislin 
Senior Coordinator, CWH/Diploma Training Programs
Email: [email protected]

For enquiries regarding Continuing Professional Development, contact the CPD team:

Phone +61 3 9417 1699
Email [email protected]



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