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BUSOG Newsletter - Issue #2

BUSOG Newsletter
BUSOG Newsletter
Following the success of our first ever BUSOG Newsletter, we hope everyone is doing well and looking forward to easing of government restrictions in the coming weeks and months! We have successfully launched our first BUSOG mentoring scheme for pre-specialty doctors. We aim to develop this to benefit medical students in the future!
In this newsletter, we included the subheadings to help you navigate: Upcoming events, Resources, Tweetorials and External opportunities!

Upcoming events
BUSOG is excited to announce our next webinar taking place on March 27th at 2pm!
This time we will be discussing urogynaecology - and hearing from clinicians and patients.
Click “going” and share with your colleagues!
OSCE resources
We have launched more than 15 OSCE O&G stations for you to practice! There will be more coming soon so stay tuned!
Previous Webinars
Catch up on our past events on Youtube! All our previous webinars are recorded and can be found on our Youtube Channel! Link below!
Reduced Fetal Movements
Hi everyone, @TheBUSOG Tweetorial is back again!

Developed by medical student ambassadors & pre-specialty doctors, we aim to educate on topics surrounding O&G!

This time, the #tweetorial will be on Reduced Fetal Movements (#RFM), let’s get started!

External opportunities
National Trainees Conference 27 - 28 May
Virtual RCOG NTC 2021
The RCOG National Trainees Conference is going virtual for 2021 - Join us on May 27th-28th.

Organised by trainees, for trainees.

High profile speakers and breakout sessions. Content available for 6 months!

Book now and a reduced virtual conference rate.
RCOG Virtual World Congress 9-12 June
Win a free registration for #RCOG2021!

If you register before Monday 5 April you will be entered into a prize draw to win a free place for our first Virtual Congress. Register today:
International Urogynecological Association (IUGA) Mentors
Meet the Mentors
Target Ovarian Cancer Prize 2021
The Target Ovarian Cancer essay prize 2021 is now live! 
The essay prize is open to all UK undergraduate medical students, and the top prize is £750. 
Awareness of ovarian cancer is low, both among women and healthcare professionals, with two thirds of women diagnosed once the cancer has already spread, making the disease harder to treat. Delays in diagnosis can have a devastating impact so it is crucial that healthcare professionals in a wide range of specialties are aware of the presenting symptoms of ovarian cancer.
Together we can make sure women in the UK have the best chances of survival, by ensuring the doctors of tomorrow are more aware of ovarian cancer.
Information on how to apply can be found at 
Instagram Story Take Over Week
We had the pleasure to have Dr Yewande to take over our BUSOG instagram story for a week, showcasing a week as an O&G SHO. We hope you all enjoyed it! Please do let us know if you wish to see anything from us in the coming months!
We are thrilled to have @BeyondmyMD to take over our Instagram story platform for a week to showcase a week as an F2 SHO in O&G.

Head over to

#thebusog #obsgynae #prespecialty #obgyn #MedTwitter
Kind Regards,
Jhia Teh
BUSOG Media Officer (2020-22) 
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