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Supporting a doctor returning to work
Providing support to doctors arranging a return to work The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges’ Return to Practice Working Group in 2011-2012 identified that the key factor affecting a doctor’s successful return to practice was the length of time out of
OSATS, oncology ATSM
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the ATSM in oncology. You have to be competent in: Total laparoscopic hysterectomy Items under observation: Obtains appropriate consent Correct use of antibiotics Patient positioned correctly on the
Sumaya Joseph
Sumaya Joseph, a midwife from the Midwifery Obstetrics Unit in Maccassar, South Africa, writes… I used to describe my work as catching babies. But the truth is that it is much tougher than simply catching babies. My workload is unpredictable and I need
The RCOG remembers the First World War, 1914–1918
11 November 2018 marks 100 years since the end of the First World War. The RCOG joins in the remembrance of the many lives touched by the war by recognising the role played by many of its Foundation Fellows and Members, whether as medical officers with
Introduction
This page provides an introduction to the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit, an initiative to address the challenge of undermining, bullying and harassment in maternity and gynaecology services. Background Undermining and bullying behaviour has long been
Applying for the ATSM in Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery for the Excision of Benign Disease
When this ATSM was developed, the aim was to initially establish a small group of specialists trained in advanced surgical skills to provide care for women with severe endometriosis. At that time, the possible consultant post opportunities for the
Strategic interventions
This area of the website provides resources to help deal with bullying and undermining at a strategic level, as part of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. The author of this section is Malcolm Griffiths. Introduction This section of the undermining
Association of Early Pregnancy Units (AEPU)
Who we are The Association of Early Pregnancy Units (AEPU) is a multiprofessional organisation that represents more than 200 early pregnancy units in the UK, supported by healthcare professionals who provide early pregnancy assessment and surveillance.
New year, new challenges
We are anticipating a busy few months ahead of us. A week ago, the Special Trust Administrator for South London Healthcare NHS Trust published their report. The recommendations made for uncomfortable reading. The RCOG submitted evidence to the
Sub-Saharan Africa
Current projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as details of RCOG International Representative Committees and Liaison Groups in the region. You’ll also find information about volunteering opportunities, the work other people are doing overseas and how

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