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Global Health

Global health vision

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

Global health in the international community

Through collaboration, partnerships and advocacy, RANZCOG contributes to regional efforts to empower the reproductive health workforce to meet the challenges of providing quality care in low-resource and isolated settings. RANZCOG’s commitment includes educational support, provision of resources, networking support and facilitation of training, research and continuing professional development opportunities for obstetricians and gynaecologists, midwives and other reproductive health workers.

RANZCOG contributes to improving global women’s health through advocacy, training, education and research support, and through engagement with College members, regional partners and other bodies concerned with women’s health in the international arena, particularly in the Pacific region.
 

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RANZCOG is collecting information from members who have worked or volunteered in O&G or women’s health in low to middle-income countries in the last 15 years, or with an interest in or plans to do so in the future. This information will be used to guide the College’s global health activities.

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RANZCOG Women's Health Foundation

Resources

MEDIA CENTRE

News

Statement on pelvic mesh class action

The following is a joint statement between the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Urogynaecological Society of Australasia.

21/11/2019

News

Statement on climate change

RANZCOG observes that there are significant negative health impacts as a result of climate change.

19/11/2019

News

A vote for constitutional change

RANZCOG is pleased to announce the passage of a Special Resolution by Fellows at last week’s Annual General Meeting.

18/11/2019