ENTOG stands for European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is a Europe wide organisation. In 1997 we were created as an organisation in its' own right. This was an important step in the developing co-operation of trainees within our specialty. At this moment our organization counts 29 member-organisations. An annual exchange program and meeting remain core activities for us. They allow participants to experience different training programmes and methods, as well as creating an opportunity for both trainees and trainers to meet and discuss thoughts and experiences regarding training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Our aims and objectives however are broader and include promote the creation of trainee networks in all European countries. We promote exchange and interaction between the trainees of the various member countries, hoping to foment harmonization and improve training standards. We strive for high and comparable standards of training in all countries in Europe. We also work in close collaboration with EBCOG and are represented in their most important standing committees.