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FRANZCOG Logo

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) is proud of its status as the leading body responsible for the training and education of specialists in obstetrics and gynaecology in Australia and New Zealand. As a means of recognising the dedication and professional service of its Fellows and their commitment to 'excellence in women's health', the College has developed a FRANZCOG Logo for use by its Fellows.
 

FRANZCOG Lapel Pin

The FRANZCOG lapel pin was developed in 2012 as a mechanism by which Fellows might choose to acknowledge their membership of the College and their specialist qualifications. While recognising that not all Fellows will wish to wear a lapel pin, it is available to all current Fellows as well as those who have retired from active practice. Fellows attending a RANZCOG ASM are invited to collect their lapel pin at the event. Lapel pins are also available for collection at other forthcoming College meetings and events, or by emailing College House directly.
 

FRANZCOG Logo


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The FRANZCOG Logo is available for all Fellows of the College to signify their membership of the College and can be used on office stationery, including letterhead and business cards, email signatures, room signage and presentation slides.

Members can log in to download the FRANZCOG logo and the associated FRANZCOG Logo Guidelines.

 

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