Have you accessed the RCOG's online lectures yet?

The online lectures are a series of videos available for those unable to attend RCOG conferences and courses. Enjoy the benefits of online lectures.

Note that some of these lectures are not included in the RCOG's membership benefits package. For full details of the tutorials that are included in the membership benefits package, click here.

  • Obtain CPD credits for accessing the lectures*
  • Allows a flexible approach to learning
  • Save money to use for other educational activities
  • Avoids travel time, staying in hotels and being away from home
  • Keep in touch with the latest advances in your field if you live outside the UK or find it difficult to travel to the RCOG to attend conferences

*Those registered on the RCOG CPD Programme may claim 1 CPD credit for each eLecture, if they complete a reflective learning form. A reflective learning form is built in the CPD ePortfolio under the personal/professional category. For more information, see the CPD page.

If you have any questions for the StratOG team about the online lectures, we have some FAQs that you might find helpful.

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