Perinatal Training Programme Receives Recommendation from SSOG

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18th December 2018

K2 are delighted to have received news that through the hard work and dedication of colleagues in the Middle East, the K2 Perinatal Training Programme has now received a letter of recommendation from the prestigious Saudi Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (SSOG). 

The SSOG, founded in 1989 following approval by all universities in Saudi Arabia, is a professional body established to serve across all medical disciplines.  With a vision to improve research, improve professional development and raise levels of community education, the SSOG is a prominent organisation in the future scientific developments and medical education within the Kingdom.

Tracey Rawnsley and Patricia Kennedy, Directors of T2, sole exclusive agents for K2 in the UAE and MENA regions, have worked tirelessly to secure this recommendation from SSOG and are thrilled to announce the success of the project with this prestigious endorsement.  With the PTP going from strength to strength, and seeing constant development and enhancement with the very latest in learning and guidelines, it is rewarding to know that the benefits of this invaluable learning resource continue to be recognised within the global arena.

With the recommendation from the SSOG, T2 and K2 look forward to supporting the maternity healthcare professionals within Saudi Arabia by ensuring they benefit from the very latest in fetal monitoring and maternity crisis management training.  With regular new content, training simulation and assessment tools all available, the K2 Perinatal Training Programme ensures vital learning in fetal and maternal wellbeing remains at the forefront of maternity education and assessment.  

The coming months will see T2 continue their hard work within the Kingdom and are dedicated to supporting the vision and dedication to excellence in maternity healthcare.

Learn more about the K2 Perinatal Training Programme

K2 PTP Receives Recommendation from SSOG

 

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