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Joint Prevocational Affiliate Membership to PVOGS & RANZCOG

Joint membership of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) and The Prevocational Obstetrics and Gynaecology Society of Australia and New Zealand (PVOGS) provides an opportunity for either students studying medicine at universities in Australia and New Zealand, or prevocational doctors residing and practising in Australia or New Zealand, to expand their knowledge and skills of the specialty of obstetrics and gynaecology, or more broadly women’s health issues. Members will have access to the latest news, educational offerings and resources from both organisations.

The regulations that govern this class of membership are contained in Regulation A1.10. Please refer to the RANZCOG Regulations.


Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for Prevocational Affiliate membership of RANZCOG, applicants must be either studying medicine at a university in Australia or New Zealand or be a prevocational doctor residing and practising in Australia or New Zealand.

Please note: Applicants are not eligible to apply if they are already a member of RANZCOG as either a Trainee, Qualified Diplomate or Certificant.
 

Application form

To apply for Joint Prevocational Affiliate Membership to PVOGS & RANZCOG, please complete the online application form directly on the PVOGS website.
 

Fees

Prevocational Affiliate membership is a free membership type.
 

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