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21 May 2014
Maternal depression is more common at four years following childbirth than at any other time in the first 12 months after childbirth, and there needs to be a greater focus on maternal mental health, suggests a new study published today in BJOG: An
20 May 2014
A new Lancet series of five papers looks at the progress to date and the challenges in improving newborn survival around the world, and sets targets that must be achieved by 2030 in order to ensure every newborn has a healthy start.
7 May 2014
Premature menopause is associated with long-term negative effects on cognitive function, suggests a new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
7 May 2014
Knowledge and ideas from across Europe in the field of women’s health will be exchanged at the 23rd European Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, held on 7–10 May 2014 in Glasgow.
6 May 2014
The Lancet has published a paper looking at global, regional and national levels of neonatal, infant and under-5 mortality from 1990 to 2013.
30 April 2014
Birth by caesarean section is unlikely to cause problems with future fertility, say researchers from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, in a new study published today
29 April 2014
From March 2015, the format of the MRCOG Part 1 and Part 2 written examinations will be changing. This is to modernise the examination and ensure the assessment is as fair, robust and reproducible as possible.
28 April 2014
Today the Academy of Medical Royal College (AoMRC) publishes the UK’s Annual Weigh-In, a follow up from last year’s ‘Measuring Up: the medical profession’s prescription for the nation’s obesity crisis’ report.
31 March 2014
From time to time sensitive issues arise that are of significant public interest and importance concerning our work. The RCOG takes a leading role in such debates, providing a forum where Fellows and Members can exchange views
28 March 2014
A new study published in The Lancet today suggests smoke-free legislation is associated with substantial reductions in preterm births and hospital attendance for asthma.