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RCOG statement on new Health Secretary priorities
RCOG statement on the speech by new Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matthew Hancock, on his priorities for the NHS.
Members' memories
The RCOG wouldn't be what it is today without the support and dedication of its 16,000 members around the world. Celebrating the College's 90th anniversary is as much about celebrating your individual achievements. We would like to hear what you
Your fertility
Having a baby is something most people expect to be able to do if and when they want. But it's not always as easy as you may expect. In order to conceive, women should be producing eggs (ovulating) regularly, and men should have healthy
Other options to parenthood and living without children
Fertility treatment does not always work, and some couples decide it is not for them. If this is the case, there are other options to parenthood to consider, such as adoption or fostering.Alternatively, you may want to know more about the experiences
RCOG project to reduce third- and fourth-degree tears during birth
Anastasia Liapi, Women’s Voices member, speaks about her involvement in the College’s new project to reduce third- and fourth-degree tears during birth (the OASI care bundle project)... Why I got involved with the WVIP Unfortunately, I didn't have the
Foreword from the Co-Vice Chair of the RCOG Women’s Network
Leah Morantz, Co-Vice Chair of the RCOG Women’s Network writes... The last couple of months have seen new ways of working for the Women’s Voices Involvement Panel through the use of social media. This is something we’re hoping to build on as we work
Professor Lesley Regan awarded ACOG Honorary Fellowship
We are delighted to announce that Professor Lesley Regan, RCOG Vice President for Strategic Development, has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (ACOG).
Herbert Erik Reiss Memorial Case History Prize
The Herbert Erik Reiss is comprised of 2 prizes which are available for FY1 and FY2 doctor or specialist training Years 1 and 2 in the UK and the republic of Ireland.   Prize The wining applicants will be awarded: First prize £400 Second prize
Revalidation for trainees
This section of the site brings together everything trainees need to know about revalidation. What is revalidation? Revalidation of a doctor’s licence to practise is designed to give patients greater confidence in the medical profession and to support
Guidance for chairs
Details for anyone acting as chair at an RCOG event. The chair has a very important role in ensuring a successful meeting, and we would be grateful for your help in the following ways: Your primary role is to coordinate the session that

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