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There is an alternate month, whole day training organised
centrally for these trainees which is based on the basic modules of
the curriculum. This is protected time and trainees will be
released from their Units - although there may be rare occasions
when this is not possible. Further teaching sessions are held in
each Unit and focus on the basic practical skills which are
At present, there is a protected weekly half day of teaching on
a Friday afternoon which all trainees are expected to attend. This
is divided into two circuits to reduce travel but trainees must be
able to provide transport to this. This covers the intermediate
curriculum and syllabus for Part 2 MRCOG. There may be occasions
when Units cannot release all the trainees to attend because of
rota commitments. There is also an alternate month, whole day
central teaching covers the training courses of each module.
All ST1-ST5 trainees are expected to purchase STRATOG modules
(RCOG distance learning programme) as the topics are covered in the
teaching sessions. At present, the Deanery is buying these for all
ST1-5 trainees as required.
There is no regular formal teaching apart from a central
regional day once a year. The requirements of individual ATSMs will
be addressed in the Units and RCOG organised essential courses have
to be attended.
Oxford Scientific Forum for Obstetrics and Gynaecology is an
annual Deanery study day which all trainees and Consultants attend
where trainees present their audits and there is a scientific
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