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Guideline Resource Kit

Each month, the SOGC publishes 1-2 Clinical Practice Guidelines, Committee Opinions or Technical Updates.  We are excited to announce a "Guideline Resource Kit" that will follow the release of each future publication with a variety of complementary tools and learning opportunities. Exclusive to SOGC members, these resources aim to increase uptake and dissemination of new information in the scope of women’s health. This suite of resources will now be available through the SOGC online portal TopClass, where members can complete accredited “Test Your Knowledge” activities to earn CME credits and access member-only materials that supplement the content from each publication. 

It is our goal to provide novel continuous learning activities that promote acquisition of new knowledge, skills and attitudes to maintain professional competency.

We hope you enjoy this membership benefit and find value in the added resources.

This activity is for SOGC members only. 


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Female Genital Cutting
Female genital cutting is internationally recognized as a harmful practice and a direct violation of girls’ and women’s rights. The World Health Organization defines FGC as “all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons.” Practising or assisting with FGC is illegal in Canada and will result in criminal charges and conviction. Globally, the prevalence rate of FGC is 10%, and as a... Details
When: February 6, 2020 – December 31, 2025
Stillbirth Investigation
The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada Clinical Practice Guideline No. 394 – Stillbirth Investigation, provides recommendations for investigating the cause of fetal death when etiology is unknown. The guideline summarizes risk factors, and describes in detail maternal and fetal investigations that may be performed. The Guideline Resource Kit provides a checklist for clinicians to use in their practice at the time of delivery to inform their decisions on what... Details
When: February 6, 2020 – December 31, 2025