Could you lead the broad range of lay voices that support the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ work to improve women’s health?
The RCOG is recruiting a new honorary Women’s Voices Lead (WVL) to serve a three-year term. This remunerated lay role leads the College’s Women’s Network and champions public involvement within the College and across O&G.
The WVL is uniquely placed within the College and crucial to our aim of improving women’s health. As an honorary appointment, the role retains independence and acts to link the College – and the O&G speciality it represents – and the public, as O&G service users. Hear from the RCOG’s President-Elect speaking about why the role so important. Find out more about the College’s work to involve the public.
The RCOG works to improve health care for women everywhere, by setting standards for clinical practice, providing doctors in the speciality with training and lifelong learning and advocating for women’s health globally.