The examination and Certification committee of ESOG-ACOG Collaboration Project engaged in the undertaking of the standardization of the national examination is involved in the capacity building of faculty to acquire a strong exam item preparation, skill and knowledge, creation of a standard and secure exam item bank and administration of certification examinations across all the ob-gyn residency programs in Ethiopia.
To this end ESOG examination and certification committee in collaboration with the FMoH have planned to conduct an in-service examination to all ob-gyn specialty training residents to assess the level of residents across the country, evaluate the programs and ultimately create a standard national evaluation method in the future.
This is therefore to kindly request all the ob-gyn specialty training residents in the following universities to register online to be able to sit for the central electronic examination to be held from May 30 - 31, 2018 parallel to the residency matching exam.
We appreciate your understanding
ESOG in collaboration with the FMoH
For additional information please contact:
REGISTER HERE: https://goo.gl/forms/NgCxXF9wx
On the occassion of the 26th Annual Conference of the Ethiopian Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ESOG) has recognized HE Dr. Kebede Worku, state minister of health, for his leadership in Sexual and Reproductive Health and his support to the Society.
Following an election of new Executive Board members on a business meeting conducted during the 26th Annual Conference of the Ethiopian Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ESOG) on February 6, 2018, the outgoing board handed over its responsibility to the incoming board members. The hand over took place at ESOG’s project bureau on February 21, 2018.
According to the election results, Dr. Delayehu Bekele replaced Dr. Dereje Negussie as the president of ESOG. Dr. Mekdes Daba will serve as the Executive Board’s Honorary Secretary. Dr. Munir Kassa, Dr. Malede Birara and Dr. Fikremelekot Temesgen are elected members. Members who were reelected to serve one more term: Dr. Mahlet Yigeremu will be serving as the vice president while Dr. Shiferaw Negash will remain a member of the Executive Board.
ESOG has a long-standing culture well stipulated in its constitution that Executive Board members cannot serve any more than four years of two terms.
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