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30 August 2018
The first ever national report by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) into benign gynaecological care shows some variations between NHS trusts across England.
25 August 2018
Today the Government has announced home use of misoprostol, the second drug used to effect an early medical abortion, will be legalised for women in England.
21 August 2018
A new report reveals that some Trusts across the UK do not have policy or guidance on maternal requests for caesareans.
15 August 2018
Today, the Court of Session in Scotland has announced its decision to uphold the Scottish Government’s agreement to enable women to take misoprostol - the second drug used to effect an early medical abortion – at home.
8 August 2018
Egg freezing can benefit women, particularly those who may face infertility for medical reasons, such as chemotherapy treatment for certain cancers. But the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists suggests caution for women who wish to
27 July 2018
Two doctors from Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) will jump on their bikes for the almighty Prudential RideLondon to raise money for ‘Each Baby Counts’ – a national quality improvement programme to reduce the number of babies who die
20 July 2018
RCOG statement on the speech by new Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matthew Hancock, on his priorities for the NHS.
17 July 2018
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) has today published a report into anaesthetic care, as part of its national quality improvement programme into stillbirths, neonatal deaths and brain injuries that occur during childbirth.
13 July 2018
Presidents of key organisations supporting the rights of women and girls across the world are today calling on Theresa May to raise the crucial issue of sexual and reproductive health with the US President during their bilateral talks.
10 July 2018
Women in England should be allowed to take misoprostol - the second drug used to effect an early medical abortion - just like their peers in Scotland and Wales, argue healthcare leaders, in an editorial published in BMJ Sexual & Reproductive