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First- and second-degree tears
Repair of first- and second-degree tears, care of stitches and what to expect when healing What is a first-degree tear? These are small tears, or grazes, affecting only the skin. They can occur around the labia, clitoris or inside the vagina. These
MRCOG Final Preparation Part 1 Revision Course - Ghana, November 2016
Many thanks for registering for the MRCOG Final Preparation Part 1 Revision Course - Ghana course on 2 - 5 November 2016. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure

This patient information leaflet has now been archived. For up-to-date information please see the NICE clinical guideline: Preterm labour and birth (CG25)
Home Affairs Committee report on FGM
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) welcomes the report of the Home Affairs Committee Female genital mutilation: the case for a national action plan.
Return To Work Toolkit
Helping doctors return to work   Doctors may take time out from clinical practice for several reasons including parental leave, sickness, burnout, career breaks, to conduct research or to seek out additional clinical experience or training. The
RCOG response to latest abortion statistics in England and Wales
The Department of Health and Social Care has published statistics today which show the number of abortions carried out in England and Wales is at its highest level.
OSATS, urogynaecology
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for subspecialty training in urogynaecology. You have to be competent in: Cystoscopy Posterior repair Sacrocolpopexy Sacrospinous fixation Urodynamics Vaginal hysterectomy and anterior repair Laparoscopic
Lucas' story
Lucas was born on the 16th of November 2015 at 35 + 4 weeks. He was 6lb 13oz. Lucas was absolutely perfect. That’s not the opinion of obviously biased parents, that was the opinion of the pathologist who we met several weeks later to find out why
Difficulties returning to work
With the right type of support, the majority of doctors will transition successfully back to work. If you feel that you are struggling, or that you are not being supported enough,  it is important to flag this up as early as possible with your
ENTOG meeting report, Estonia 2012
The 22nd European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ENTOG) meeting was held in Tallinn, Estonia. As is customary every other year, this year’s meeting was held in conjunction with the EBCOG Congress. Tallinn is the capital and the

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