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Why Obs and Gynae? by Dan Borlase
Each year, the RCOG invites foundation trainees to tell us why they’ve chosen a career in O&G for the Why Obs and Gynae? prize.
This is a submission from Dan Borlase, an FY2 at William Harvey Hospital, Kent.
Why obs and gynae?
Sometimes I wonder
Making stillbirths visible: A systematic review of globally reported causes of stillbirth
Plain language summary from BJOG's Stillbirth themed issueRead the full study
Background and methods
Nearly three million babies are stillborn every year. These deaths have deep and long-lasting effects on parents, health care providers, and
RCOG release: New patient information on pregnancy and malaria
Pregnant women should only travel to malaria-risk countries if their trip is essential, advises new patient information published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
Improving workplace behaviours
Our work to improve workplace behaviours by addressing undermining and bullying behaviour
Undermining in obstetrics and gynaecology
Undermining and bullying behaviour has long been recognised as a problem for trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology
DRCOG: How to complete the SBA questions
Instructions for completing the single best answer (SBA) questions for the DRCOG exam.
The papers are marked by a computerised document reading machine.
Answers should be entered as instructed on the answer sheet
Taking an absence from work can have significant financial implications.
Specific circumstances are considered below.
Out of Programme (OOP) Pay
NHS Occupational Maternity Pay (OMP)
Working locum shifts
Obituary: David Bradshaw Stewart
Founding Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology UCWI/UWI: 1953 - 1970
David Stewart (DBS) was born in 1916 in Winnipeg, Canada. His father was a distinguished Canadian tuberculosis physician who was the medical superintendent of Manitoba's TB
Part 1 MRCOG: format
Format of the Part 1 MRCOG exam, including number of papers and question types
The Part 1 MRCOG consists of a written examination. Candidates must pass Part 1 MRCOG before taking Part 2 MRCOG.
There are two written papers, each consisting
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
Lancet commentary on the 1967 Abortion Act
On the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Abortion Act, RCOG president Professor Lesley Regan and Professor Anna Glasier have published a commentary discussing the act. The article draws together data on abortions worldwide, providing evidence of its
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