Congress Attendance Certificates
We strive to continuously improve the quality of our events and your feedback is extremely important to us.
On the last day of Congress you should have recieved an email with a link to the delegate feedback. Upon completion of this survey you will be forwarded to your Certificate of Attendance, which you will need to type your name in and download and save for your records.
Please note that you will need an up-to-date PDF reader installed on your computer or device to access your certificate and it is not currently compatible with most tablets or mobile devices
If you haven’t received this email or the certificate doesn’t work for you then please contact the Congress Secretariat on firstname.lastname@example.org rather than complete the survey again.
The link will be deactivated on Wednesday 6 July so we strongly recommend that you save an electronic copy of your certificate so you can access it and print it off whenever you need to do so.
Those registered for the RCOG CPD Programme may claim 1 CPD credit per hour of learning achieved at the Congress and associated Breakfast Sessions and Pre-Congress Workshops (excluding discussions and refreshment breaks).
The emphasis in the CPD system is what you have learnt rather than a blanket number of points per event so the number of points will be different for each individual. As a guide though, you can find the maximum numbers of points for different parts of the event below:
Full Attendance (Congress only) – 19 Sunday 19 June 2016 (per half day) – 4 Monday 20 June 2016 – 6 Tuesday 21 June 2016 – 7 Wednesday 22 June 2016 – 6 Breakfast Sessions (per session) – 1
E-Poster and Oral Free Communication Certificates
A certificate will be emailed to the presenting author any e-posters or oral free communications presented at the Congress. The certificate is for presenting the oral/e-poster will therefore only be provided to the named presenter and not for co-authors.