ESGO Centre Accreditations

For Gynaecological Oncology
Training and Surgery

Get Your ESGO Accreditation
in Cervical Cancer

The ESGO accreditation in Cervical cancer management is an award attributed to institutions (both within and outside of Europe), who can offer patients the specific skills, experience, organization, and dedication that are required to achieve optimal levels of care.

The ESGO accreditation is based on the completion of ESGO Quality indicators and a scoring system that has been designed and internally validated by an International Expert Panel.

Why should your centre be accredited?

Centres receiving ESGO accreditation will be entitled to:

  • Use the subtitle “ESGO accredited center in cervical cancer management”
  • Use the ESGO logo in its cervical cancer related communication
  • Be listed on the ESGO Guidelines website for patients’ and physicians’ reference
Application Process

Interested in applying for ESGO accreditation in cervical cancer management?

Centres interested in becoming accredited are required to:

  • Complete and meet the ESGO quality indicators.
  • Centres interested in being accredited are required to fill in the self-assessment form. The sum of the individual scores being 109, it was decided that an institution that meets at least 80% of the score (score ≥88) provides satisfactory surgical and radiotherapeutical management of patients with cervical cancer. However, this sum is not the only criterion to take into account.
  • Centres interested in becoming accredited must accept that ESGO may perform random audits of applicants by asking for operative/procedural radiotherapy reports and pathology reports from select cases in their database.

Only centres that meet the above requirements can start the application process for ESGO accreditation by initiating the digital application via REDCap.

Please view the following documents to prepare your application.

  • Self-assessment form
  • The following pseudo-anonymized dataset including all referred cases of cervical cancer, including surgical and non-surgical cases during the last three consecutive years must be provided in order to allow the ESGO accreditation committee to validate the centre’s self-assessment form and must be uploaded to REDCap.
  • The following data must be entered into REDCap for the last 3 consecutive years:

Documentation to be included in the Application:

Along with the self-assessment form, kindly gather or retrieve from your institutional database(s) the appropriate information as specified below. This information will be needed to complete the various forms in the application. Individual patient information should be uploaded in the pseudo-anonymized dataset.

  • All referred new cases
  • Age
  • Pathology type
  • FIGO stage and sub-stage
  • Number surgical cases and radiotherapy case

Further provide:

  • Number of surgeries per surgeon per year
  • Number of fertility sparing procedures
  • Documentation of clinical trials (NCT Number and recruitment numbers overall per year, and if available publication list)
  • Description of how complications are documented and quality management is performed
  • List of articles published on cervical cancer management by team members over the last 3 years (if applying for Centre of Excellence)

Note that you will receive emails with active hyperlinks to the forms you will need to complete as part of your application. If your institution email server blocks such emails you should consider using an alternate email address, such as your personal email address, that will allow emails with active hyperlinks to come through.

Need further information? Contact the ESGO Administrative Office

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