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RCOG release: Assisted conception slightly increases risk of adverse outcomes for mother and baby, expert says

7 June 2012

Assisted conception carries a slightly increased risk of adverse maternal and perinatal outcomes, which may be related to the background factors of the couple and the techniques used, says a leading professor today at the 10th RCOG International


RCOG release: Half of endometrial cancers linked to rising rates of obesity, experts say

6 June 2012

The risk of endometrial cancer is strongly associated with obesity says a new Scientific Impact Paper (SIP) launched today at the 10th RCOG International Scientific Congress in Malaysia.


RCOG release: IVF linked to poorer birth outcomes, experts say

6 June 2012

IVF pregnancies are at increased risk of some poorer birth outcomes, says a new Scientific Impact Paper (SIP) launched today at the 10th RCOG International Scientific Congress in Malaysia.


RCOG statement on Department of Health abortion statistics, England and Wales, 2011

29 May 2012

Today the Department of Health released national abortion statistics for England and Wales for 2011.


New revalidation report available

24 May 2012

A new project report - 'Hospital Episode Statistics as a source of information on safety and quality in gynaecology to support revalidation' - has been published online


RCOG statement on the Health Committee Education, training and workforce planning report

23 May 2012

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) welcomes the House of Commons Health Select Committee’s report on medical education, training and workforce planning published today.


RCOG statement on draft NICE fertility guidelines

22 May 2012

Today NICE have issued draft guidelines, Fertility: assessment and treatment for people with fertility problems (update), which are now open for public consultation.


RCOG statement on BMJ paper on weight gain in pregnancy and dietary intervention

18 May 2012

The BMJ paper evaluated the effects of dietary and lifestyle interventions in pregnancy on maternal and fetal weight and looked at how this affected obstetric outcomes.


BJOG release: Emotional distress is key reason why parents choose not to have a post-mortem following a stillbirth

16 May 2012

Emotional distress and a long wait for results are the most common reasons why parents choose not to have a post-mortem following a stillbirth finds a new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.


RCOG statement on ‘Mothers to get a named midwife to combat postnatal depression’ (Guardian, 16 May 2012)

16 May 2012

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) welcomes the announcement in the media today about a named midwife for every expectant mother. This should help ensure a better birth experience for all mothers by supporting her before


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