EBCOG’s aim is to improve the health of women and unborn and newborn babies by promoting the highest possible standards of care. EBCOG’s core activities are education and training. We work with subspecialties, special interest societies, trainees and European interest groups to achieve this. We work closely with the European trainees’ organisation, ENTOG and offer fellowships together annually.


EBCOG Exam – become European Fellow of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (EFOG)


European Training Curriculum in Ob/Gyn

Hospital Visitation

EBCOG Visiting and Accreditation of Ob/Gyn training programmes in Europe


The European Congress takes place every two years.

Latest news

New Executive Elected

New Executive Elected

Kate ThormanMay 17, 20241 min read

An election was held at the May Council meeting for the Northern Region Executive Role. We are pleased to announce…

Our Publications

To reach our aim to improve the health of women and unborn and newborn babies, EBCOG is publishing documents relating to Standards of Care, textbooks, position statements and many other publications.

Standards of Care

EBCOG has produced two sets of Standards of Care for Women’s Health. These documents were officially launched in the European Parliament in November 2014.


For trainees preparing for the EBCOG Fellowship exam or practising clinicians, this textbook covers the depth and breadth of obstetrics and gynaecology.

Other publications

EBCOG position statements, mini symposia and other relevant documents and publications in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology, published by EBCOG.

EBCOG Members

EBCOG currently has 33 member countries and 1 observer.

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