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Policy update, February 2017
This is your monthly round-up of recent national health policy developments for 16 January to 10 February. If you have any comments or if there is anything else you would like to see in the round-up please contact us at policy@rcog.org.uk. News and
Core Curriculum: CiP 6
Capability in Practice: The doctor takes an active role in helping self and others to develop themselves This CiP is grouped under Professional Identity 2: Research, Scholar and Educator   Key Skills Descriptors Demonstrates a commitment
Council précis, January 2018
Précis from the Council meeting which took place on 26 January 2018   Presentations on regional issues At each Council meeting, regional representatives present on projects, activities and issues in their constituency for discussion and
RCM CEO announces retirement
Cathy Warwick, Chief Executive (CEO) of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), has announced her retirement and will step down from the role at the end of August 2017. 
Recommendations – stress and fatigue
  Recommendation Decision making is more difficult when staff feel stressed and/or tired. A different perspective improves the chances of making a safe decision.   Clinical staff should be empowered to seek out advice from a colleague not
Sands Midwifery Fellow
Below is one of the case studies written by contributors to the Each Baby Counts project. Sands Midwifery Fellow – Support to improve the quality of local investigations Margaret Keenan – Sands Midwifery Fellow Findings from the first Each
Demographics
Table 1 presents some demographic data relating to the babies reported to Each Baby Counts in 2015. All of the results presented are for term babies born following labour who meet the eligibility criteria for reporting to Each Baby Counts.   Table
Each Baby Counts
Over 300 people attended our Each Baby Counts launch last week, all coming together to support our new quality improvement project, which aims to reduce by 50% the number of stillbirths, early neonatal deaths and brain injuries occurring in the UK as
Tips for Lead Reporters
Below is one of the case studies written by contributors to the Each Baby Counts project. Tips for Lead Reporters Dr Ed Prosser-Snelling, Each Baby Counts Quality Improvement and Network Lead While chatting to a lot of lead reporters around the country,
International Women's Day 2018: Women affected by conflict – the role of health professionals
On 2 March 2018, the RCOG celebrated International Women’s Day with an event focusing on ‘Women affected by conflict: the role of health professionals.’ In situations of war, essential health services crumble, underlined by a maternal mortality rate

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