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A letter from Sussex Place, March 2014
Ian Currie, RCOG Vice President, UK Affairs writes.... As you are well aware our RCOG World Congress 2014 took place in Hyderabad this weekend. The event attracted a record number of over 3,000 delegates both RCOG members and non-members, all dedicated
Leading Safe Choices on the ground
Leading Safe Choices works with our programme teams in South Africa and Tanzania to provide health care workers with training in postpartum family planning and safe abortion and postabortion care services. Read the stories of some of the people we work
ENTOG meeting report, Italy 2016
In 2016, the 26th ENTOG exchange took place in Turin, Italy. Background Biennially, the exchange collaborates with the EBCOG conference. These events were originally to be held in Istanbul, Turkey. However, a United Nations summit was planned at the
Thank you
Thank you for applying to join the Trainees' Register Please allow 14 working days for us to process your application. When we've processed your application, we'll contact you to give you instructions for payment online. If you have any questions,
Representation working party
This page provides documents for the Representation Working Party. Documents Role descriptions for the International Council representatives: America, Australisia and Pacific Rim Europe and Central Asia Middle East and North Africa South Asia Sub
Officers' update, February 2015
Mr Ian Currie, RCOG Vice President for UK Affairs, writes... The vast majority of job descriptions approved by myself at the College are ‘resident consultants’ posts. Are these new style jobs good for the future of departments and patient care and
Single Transferable Vote (STV) explained
STV is the voting system used for electing RCOG Vice Presidents Voting using STV for 5 candidates Instead of placing crosses next to your 5 favourite candidates, you are asked to rank as many candidates as you like in order of preference. The number
How to support an MTI doctor
If your hospital is providing a placement for an International Medical Graduate through the RCOG’s Medical Training Initiative, please read this guidance to support the doctor to quickly acclimatise to working within your team here in the UK. MTI
Guidance for hospitals when an issue arises
The RCOG strives to ensure that all MTI placements are a success and provide a rewarding, positive experience for MTI doctors and UK hospitals alike. However, there are occasions where issues may arise with the placement. Not uncommonly, there can be
ARCP: general information
Overview of the Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP), including how to prepare, what to expect at the ARCP meeting, and possible ARCP outcomes. Preparing for your ARCP To prepare for your ARCP: You should ensure that you’ve achieved all the

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