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Governance

RANZCOG is governed by a seven-member Board who are the directors of the College. The Board manages the financial, legal and business operations of the organisation and is supported in its activities by the Council and a range of committees.

The College is a company limited by guarantee. The RANZCOG Constitution outlines the principles according to which the College is governed and its compliance under the Corporations Act. The RANZCOG Regulations guide the conduct and management of the College. These Regulations should be read in conjunction with all relevant College policies and guidelines as from time to time approved by the RANZCOG Board.

RANZCOG Organisation Structure

Board
 

RANZCOG is governed by a seven-member Board who who are the directors of the College. The Board manages the financial, legal and business operations of the organisation and is supported in its activities by the Council and a range of committees.


RANZCOG Board 2018 - 2021
 


Council & Committees


The RANZCOG Council has general oversight of the policy and strategic planning of the College. The functions and activities of the RANZCOG Board and Council are supported by approximately 50 committees and working parties.

RANZCOG Council & Committees
 


Elections


RANZCOG Regional Committees and New Zealand Committee Elections will open on 17 June 2019, and close 15 July 2019 at 12 noon AEST.

About the Election Process

If you have any queries in relation to the RANZCOG election process, please contact:

Iffath Afroze
Election Office
Phone: +61 3 9412 2963
Email: [email protected]
 


Constitution & Regulations

The RANZCOG Constitution outlines the principles according to which RANZCOG is governed, and the RANZCOG Regulations guide the conduct and management of the College.

RANZCOG Constitution & Regulations
 

Code of Ethical Practice

The Code of Ethics was developed by the RANZCOG Bioethics Working Group, chaired by Dr John Palmer, in late 2001. It was extensively revised in early 2006 and renamed the RANZCOG Code of Ethical Practice.

The principles set out in this document are intended to aid Fellows, Members, Trainees and Diplomates in maintaining a high level of ethical Practice. They are standards by which a member may guage the appropriateness of his/her Practice in relationships with patients, colleagues, other professionals and members of the public. 

The RANZCOG Code of Ethical Practice is designed to complement the FIGO document Recommendations on the Ethical Issues in Obstetrics and Gynaecology issued by the FIGO Committee for the Ethical Aspects of Human Reproduction and Women's Health.

 

RANZCOG Code of Ethical Practice (currently under review)
FIGO Recommendations on the Ethical Issues in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (PDF)
 

Policies & Procedures

Please use the Policies & Procedures search tool for locating up-to-date RANZCOG policies.
 

Strategic Plan & Annual Reports

The RANZCOG Strategic Plan and Annual Reports are available on the Our Work section of the site.
 

 

MEDIA CENTRE

News

Working together to act on endometriosis

With new data confirming the prevalence of endometriosis in Australia, RANZCOG's work to develop guidelines to manage this complex disease is well underway.

20/09/2019

News

Bringing together the Pacific family

RANZCOG’s vision in global health is to improve the health of women and their families, particularly in our geographical region.

09/09/2019

Women's Health

Updated advice on Pertussis immunisation in pregnancy

Updated advice on timing of Pertussis immunisation in pregnancy in line with the Australian Immunisation Handbook 10th Edition (updated March 2019).

04/09/2019