Watch: Dr Eddie Morris, President of the RCOG, talks about the importance of patient safety, and the College’s role in improving maternity and newborn safety
To mark the World Health Organisation’s annual World Patient Safety Day, which takes place on Friday 17 September, the RCOG will be highlighting the College’s work to improve safe maternal and newborn care.
No-one in our profession, seeing the unfolding crisis in Afghanistan over the past weeks, can fail to be concerned about the impact of the turmoil on the rights and health of women in the country and those who have been evacuated abroad...
Dr Job Mwanza talks about his experience working in sexual and reproductive health, and working with the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) to advocate for access to safe abortion in Zambia.
After three years of development, the new NICE guideline on antenatal care has been published. I was appointed as a lay member to focus on the issues of how maternity services can engage effectively with families...
A view from the outside: RCOG business manager Farrah Pradhan talks about her learning from undertaking a Master’s degree in Patient Safety.
For all of us working in medicine, and particularly in our specialty, these are times of huge change and need for adaptability and flexibility...
By Jane Plumb MBE, Chief Executive Group B Strep Support
RCOG President Dr Eddie Morris and Royal College of Midwives CEO Gill Walton talk about the announcement this weekend by maternity safety minister Nadine Dorries of £2 million funding for the first phase of a programme to avoid brain injuries in childbirth.
In mid-June we hosted our first entirely digital RCOG World Congress...
Dr Jessica Woods talks about her work as a fetal genomics fellow – and how you could follow in her footsteps
Our first virtual World Congress concluded on Saturday evening and was a phenomenal success. There was one talk that really stood out for me – I felt it was the most important talk for us all – and that was ‘Women and War: the Price of Violence’, by Dr Orly Stern, a researcher, consultant and human rights lawyer from South Africa.
This month is one of the most important in the RCOG Calendar. From 9-12 June we are running our first ever virtual World Congress...
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