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Dr Jayne Kavanagh and Dr Patricia A. Lohr discuss the role of medical education and training in abortion, the barriers to providing it, and the work o...
Policy and governance
17 May 2022
Five X More’s The Black Maternity Experiences Survey: nationwide study of Black women’s experiences of maternity services in the UK encompasses the vi...
Policy and governance
24 May 2022
Birthrights’ report ‘Systemic racism, not broken bodies: an inquiry into racial injustice and human rights in UK maternity care’ has been published to...
Policy and governance
23 May 2022
Shaista (Shai) Gohir, RCOG’s Women’s Voices Lead, has been appointed to the House of Lords as a non-party-political peer.
Policy and governance
17 May 2022
As new COVID-19 vaccine uptake figures in pregnancy are published today, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the Royal Co...
Clinical and research
12 May 2022

Left for too long

Understanding the scale and impact of gynaecology waiting lists

Workforce Report 2022

Since the last RCOG workforce report in 2018, the O&G profession has faced many challenges, not least the unprecedented pressures that have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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