Obstetrics and Gynaecology is a diverse hospital-based specialty encompassing aspects of medicine, surgery and childbirth. It is this immense variety that is one of the major attractions to our speciality.
The curriculum is set by the RCOG and the delivery and assessment of training is overseen by NES. The curriculum offers broad based training in all aspects of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the first five years with opportunity to develop special interests and skills in the final 2 years of training.
Within NES the Postgraduate School of Obstetrics and Gynaecology has several aims including
There are 179 training posts across Scotland with training delivered in 4 regions in hospital settings the length and breadth of the country. Details about the training in each region, sub specialty and special interest posts and academic training can be found in the following pages. In those pages you will also find more about the people passionate about delivering training and find links to useful resources
This website aims to provide current and prospective trainees with an overview of the training and related opportunities on offer as well as regular updates, links to courses and to teaching and training sessions. The website is a fluid document and we welcome any feedback and suggestions of ways to make it more useful.
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North, South East and East
A brilliant, supportive place to work with a wealth of experience and opportunities for all.
Scotland is a wonderful place to live and train in O+G. You really get to know everyone in your region and they are incredibly supportive of trainees.
This page was last updated on: 05.11.2021 at 09.44