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2281 - Africa Day
Africa Day Africa Day The event aims to bring together global health stakeholders with an interest in African health care in order to advance conversations around gender-based violence, maternal mortality and respectful patient care. Africa,
2346 - Each Baby Counts Learn Support Annual Safety Summit - 2020
Each Baby Counts + Learn & Support Annual Safety Summit Each Baby Counts: Learn & Support Annual Safety Summit One day meeting to hear about the Each Baby Counts + Learn and Support programme. A joint initiative from the Royal College of Obstetricians
2379 - Careers Day for Junior Doctors 2020
Careers Day for Junior Doctors Careers Day for Junior Doctors Specialist training, Foundation year, Junior Doctor, Careers in O&G 53bae198-b355-4aee-81b9-0785aeda520d 1 Overview 1 The Careers Day for Junior Doctors is an opportunity for FY1 and
How to deal with poorly performing trainees – information for trainers
This page provides information for RCOG trainers to help them manage trainees who are struggling with their training programme, looking at both prevention and remedial action. Hospital medicine is a potentially stressful environment, particularly for
Sepsis in Pregnancy, Bacterial (Green-top Guideline No. 64a)
This guideline covers the recognition and management of serious bacterial illness in the antenatal and intrapartum periods and its management in secondary care.
Resources for authors
Resources to assist authors writing for BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and anyone wishing to submit a paper to the journal.   Submit a manuscript BJOG uses ScholarOne, a web-based submission and peer review
Working during pregnancy: carrying out your normal duties during pregnancy
This page provides information about carrying out your normal duties during pregnancy. The guidance has been developed by the RCOG Trainees’ Committee but is also relevant post-CCT. National guidance (UK) The Royal College of Physicians has produced a
Statement on Section 75 – the RCOG’s position
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is not opposed to the concept of competition in the delivery of services in the NHS provided the patient is placed firmly at the centre of care.
MTI reference form
This form is to be completed by the referee of a 2016 MTI candidate. Important information By completing this form and submitting it online, you are giving a reference for a trainee wishing to apply for the RCOG Medical Training Initiative. As a referee
A letter from Sussex Place, September 2014
Alan Cameron, Vice President of Clinical Quality, writes... September marks the beginning of an important new era for quality improvement initiatives at the RCOG. The College’s Office for Research and Clinical Audit (ORCA), which was established in 2006

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