The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (ANZJOG) is an editorially independent publication owned by RANZCOG.

Six issues are published each year in February, April, June, August, October and December.

RANZCOG members can log in via the members portal to view the latest issue of ANZJOG.

O&G Magazine

Focusing on a central theme each issue, O&G Magazine reports on the latest topics in the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology.

Four issues are published each year in March, June, September and December.

View the latest issue or search the archives of O&G Magazine online.


Collegiate is the College’s fortnightly e-newsletter distributed to more than 7000 RANZCOG members.

Collegiate is an accessible hub of information highlighting important announcements, the latest College initiatives and events occurring within the month or the near future.

Patient Information Pamphlets

RANZCOG's Patient Information Pamphlets provide up-to-date information that can be discussed between healthcare providers and patients to help them make an informed decision about their care.

Patient information pamphlets are available via the print portal.


Other publications

Please see Our Work on the About page if you are looking for:
  • the Priorities Document from the 2018 National Women's Health Summit
  • the Maternity Care in Australia: a framework document
  • the Improving Women's Health in the Pacific document
  • the RANZCOG Medical Schools Curriculum 
  • RANZCOG Annual Reports, Activities Reports, or Strategic Plan documents
Visit Constitution & Regulations to view the documents which govern the conduct and management of 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.