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Since 2010, ESGO has aimed to establish multidisciplinary training standards and acts as the European authority in gynaecological oncology.
These standards have been adopted in numerous European countries as a model for national subspecialty training and care programmes, and are used as a reference in countries where subspeciality training does not formally exist (yet).
With the changing landscape of the subspeciality training standards, ESGO recognises the need for a recognition process for the expertise and skills of experienced gynaecological oncologists.
This fall, ESGO will offer experienced surgeons in the field the ''ESGO Professional Recognition in gynaecological oncology'' certificate, a timely opportunity that has been extended until January 15, 2023!
Interested in finding out more?
Watch the video from Dr. Maja Pakiz, ESGO Training Committee Chair.
View general requirements below.
If you are eligible to apply for subspeciality recognition, fill in the interest form!
Submit your application with the required documents to gain your subspeciality recognition.
Don't miss this timely offer,
application extended until January 15, 2023!
Final decision and approval will be granted by the Training committee.
In an entirely exceptional way, ESGO members that turned fifty or more this year, with over five years of membership in international Gynaecological Oncology associations, will have a unique opportunity to receive the Certificate of Professional Recognition in Gynaecological Oncology.
Senior Members who have devoted their entire professional careers to our splendid profession will be able to apply for this certificate for a limited time.
This special recognition will thus remain an invaluable resource and a precious contribution to our patients and subspeciality.
Need further information? Contact the ESGO Administrative Office.
A: ESGO Members who are gynaecological oncologists, have at least 15 years of working experience in the field and are at least 50 years old at the time of applying for the ESGO recognition this fall.
Please see further details included in the General Requirements tab.
A: First complete the interest form and then submit the application form together with the required documents. The application must be sent directly to the ESGO Office, extended until January 15, 2023.
A: Applications may be submitted for review only during the application period this fall. The deadline has been extended until January 15, 2023. There will be only one application period.
A: Application submissions will be reviewed by the Training Committee. If information is missing, you will be contacted by the ESGO Office to complete the required information until the submission deadline. Once the submission is completed, it will be locked and sent to the Training Committee for review.
A: No, members of an international society dedicated to gynaecologic oncology (including: ESGO, SGO, IGCS) for at least 5 years, can apply for the recognition.