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Sign-off by ‘other methodologies’ (OM)
Throughout the curriculum, several competencies are marked for potential sign-off using ‘other methodologies’ (OM). The College introduced this to facilitate learning and potentially facilitate sign-off for certain conditions that aren’t commonly
BJOG release: Depression of either parent linked to premature birth
Depression in both expectant mothers and fathers increases the risk of premature birth, finds a study published in BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG).
OASI Care Bundle Update, April 2017
OASI Update 4 - April 2017 Welcome to the OASI Care Bundle Update for April 2017. We are excited to begin roll-out with Region 2 over the coming months. Thank you to our first participating sites in Region 1 for their commitment and hard work over the
RCOG statement on BJOG study that suggests light drinking in pregnancy is not linked to developmental problems in childhood
New research, published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, suggests light drinking during pregnancy is not linked to adverse behavioural or cognitive outcomes in 7-year-old children.
RCOG World Congress starts in London today
Today marks the start of RCOG Congress 2019 in London. This exciting event – one of the largest of its kind – will run from Monday 17 - Wednesday 19 June and will be hosted at London’s ExCel arena with almost 4,000 delegates from over 100 countries.
RCOG statement in response to MBRRACE-UK report on perinatal mortality
The stillbirth rate associated with twin pregnancy in the UK has reduced by around 44% over the period 2014 to 2016, according to the latest perinatal mortality report from MBRRACE-UK published today. Rates of neonatal mortality associated with twin
Obituary: David Stanley Sharp
David Stanley Sharp studied medicine in London and graduated in 1966. He then became a Senior Registrar in Manchester and rotated through St Mary’s in the early 70’s, until becoming a Consultant at North Manchester General Hospital in 1980 until
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
FIGO President discusses how to make labour safer for women worldwide
Labour, birth and the immediate postnatal period is the most dangerous time for mothers and their newborn babies, and there is more that medical professionals need to do to help reduce mortality rates around the world, says FIGO President Professor Sir
Key recommendations
Key recommendations for reporting and reviewing All eligible babies should be reported to Each Baby Counts within 5 working days. All local reviews of Each Baby Counts babies should contain sufficient information to determine the quality of the care

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