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10 June 2021

The RCOG and FSRH respond to latest abortion statistics

The RCOG and the FSRH respond to the latest 2020 abortion statistics for England and Wales

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10 June 2021

RCOG responds to latest guidance to protect those accessing fertility treatment

The RCOG has responded to the latest guidance from the Competition and Markets Authority to protect the rights of those accessing fertility treatment.

10 June 2021

Maternity Colleges express concern over vaccine hesitancy in pregnant women

The RCOG and the RCM are urging women to talk to a health professional about the COVID-19 vaccine after a survey found the majority of pregnant women in the UK declined the vaccine when they were offered it.


9 June 2021

US ‘Helms Amendment’ is misogynistic legislation preventing women from accessing safe abortion around the world, says RCOG

The RCOG has reacted with dismay that a session due to be delivered at a global health conference was cancelled because the topic of the talk was about providing safer abortion care.

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7 June 2021

Royal Colleges, unions and academics urge PM to reverse aid spending cuts and invest in overseas healthcare

Leading health organisations including the RCOG, the TUC and academics have today come together to urge the Prime Minister to reverse the decision to reduce overseas aid spending. 

2 June 2021

The RCOG confirms agreement with Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology (JSOG), to collaborate together to ensure exceptional patient care for women and girls globally.

20 May 2021

RCOG responds to new COVID-19 and pregnancy study

The RCOG has welcomed a new study which sheds light on the association between the COVID-19 and pregnancy outcomes.

18 May 2021

RCOG responds to reports that COVID-19 vaccine affects periods

The RCOG has responded to anecdotal reports that that COVID-19 vaccine affects menstruation.

14 May 2021

Maternity Colleges welcome COVID-19 vaccine access update

The RCOG and the Royal College of Midwives have welcomed moves to ensure pregnant women are able to get the right COVID-19 vaccination. 

12 May 2021

RCOG welcomes new documentary about the menopause

The RCOG welcomes a new documentary on Channel 4 about the menopause with Davina McCall.

27 April 2021

New research calls for comprehensive reform of miscarriage care and treatment

A new three-paper report - The Lancet Series on Miscarriage -  highlights that the current approach to miscarriage care must be improved.

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