O&G is the membership magazine of the RCOG
Its aim is to keep our members and trainees up to date in the latest developments in women's healthcare.
The focus of O&G is to raise awareness and tackle workforce issues, as well as to provide support resources and information to aid your daily practice and ongoing professional development.
Highlights from the Spring 2019 issue
Women’s Health Strategy and interview with Jackie-Doyle Price MP (PDF)
In 2018 the RCOG announced it was creating a national Women's Health Strategy to significantly improve the health of women and girls across the country. O&G magazine looks at why we need this and how it’s going to be achieved.
Key to creating this strategy will be the Women’s Health Taskforce, a group chaired by RCOG President Lesley Regan and the Mental Health and Inequalities Minister Jackie Doyle-Price.
In this interview with Jackie Doyle-Price MP, she discusses her passion for giving women a better, more sensitive service in healthcare.
Introducing the new O&G Curriculum (PDF)
The RCOG is bringing in a new Obstetrics and Gynaecology curriculum in 2019- the first significant update since its introduction in 2007.
To support this, a new Training ePortfolio has been developed to help deliver the new Curriculum.
Maternal mental health – the future in mind (PDF)
Two years ago, RCOG research highlighted a lack of provision for maternal mental health services, but since then the picture has improved for women and their families.
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RCOG Fellows, Members, Trainees and Associates can read all of these articles and more in the full O&G magazine as part of their membership benefits. Please sign into the site to access the link below.
Highlights from the Winter 2019 issue
Fond farewell (PDF)
As the RCOG enters its final year at Sussex Place before moving to its new home at London Bridge, O&G magazine digs into the archives to commemorate this historic building.
Civility Saves Lives (PDF)
A medical environment where staff treat each other well is a safer one. O&G magazine speaks to Chris Turner from the campaign ‘Civility Saves Lives’ to discover how patient safety is improved in a professional, respectful environment.
Women’s Network (PDF)
Ensuring women are at the heart of care is fundamental to the RCOG’s work. O&G magazine speaks to Kate Brian, Chair of the Women’s Network, to discover how the network is influencing every aspect of the College’s work.
SAS and Trust doctors (PDF)
They’re known as ‘the secret army of support’: the doctors who work alongside trainees
and consultants, working resident on-call rotas, running clinics and plugging rota gaps. O&G magazine speaks to Laura Hipple, SAS and Trust Doctor Lead about the College’s work to improve the visibility of SAS and Trust doctors.
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RCOG Fellows, Members, Trainees and Associates can read all of these articles and more in the full Summer 2018 O&G magazine as part of their membership benefits. Please sign into the site to access the link above.