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19 January 2022

RCOG welcomes new NMPA audit study

A new NMPA national study compares obstetric intervention and pregnancy outcomes in England during the COVID-19 pandemic with pregnancy outcomes during the corresponding pre-pandemic period one year earlier.


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17 January 2022

Top tips for healthcare professionals: Cervical screenings

This week, to mark Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, we have teamed up with The My Body Back Project to create tips for healthcare professionals to make all cervical cancer attendees feel as comfortable as possible during their cerivcal screening appointments. 

11 January 2022

RCOG responds to HMP Styal report

RCOG responds to investigation into the birth of a stillborn baby at HMP Styal in 2020.

10 January 2022

RCOG supports government vaccine campaign

The government has launched a new advertising campaign with RCOG and RCM urging pregnant women to get vaccinated.


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7 January 2022

RCOG responds to cervical screening changes in Wales

RCOG responds to the announces changes to the Cervical Screening Programme in Wales, which will extend routine screening intervals from three to five years.


23 December 2021

RCOG responds to Women’s Health Strategy Vision

RCOG responds to the Government's Vision for the Women's Health Stratgey for England, informed by the call for evidence.


22 December 2021

Leading Maternity Royal Colleges urge NHS to avoid redeploying maternity staff

RCOG and RCM are urging NHS to ensure that maternity staff are not redeployed to other areas of the hospital as COVID-19 cases rise again.


17 December 2021

RCOG welcomes updated COVID-19 working guidance

The RCOG has welcomed an update to NHS COVID-19 guidance for staff.


16 December 2021

Maternity Royal Colleges welcome prioritisation of pregnant women for COVID-19 vaccination

Urgent efforts must now be made to ensure that pregnant women are fast tracked when booking their COVID-19 vaccines.


13 December 2021

RCOG responds to Government's booster vaccine roll out

RCOG is disappointed that pregnant women are not prioritised for the COVID-19 booster jab as Government rolls out booster vaccines to everyone over 18 years old.


30 November 2021

Maternity Royal Colleges welcome extension to booster COVID-19 vaccine programme

The RCOG and the Royal College of Midwives have welcomed a decision by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) to roll out the COVID-19 booster vaccine to all people over the age of 18.


11 November 2021

RCOG responds to latest MBRRACE-UK Maternal report

RCOG responds to MBRRACE-UK report on preventing maternal deaths and morbidity betweeen 2017 and 2019. 


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