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Eddie Morris
Eddie Morris, Fellows’ Representative, East of England, writes about what it’s like being on Council... Being elected to RCOG Council as Fellows’ representative for the East of England has been a real honour. I stood for election as I felt strongly
A letter from Sussex place, April 2014
Clare McKenzie, Vice President for Education, writes… The World Congress in Hyderabad this year was a great success – the scientific programme covered all aspects of our specialty and generated a lot of healthy debate. The social programme was very
Exam Revision Resources
Obituary: Matthew John Carty
Matt Carty died suddenly at home aged 66 on 15th December 2008. Matthew John Carty was born on the 8th March 1942. The son of a local headmaster, he was raised in Hamilton and Cambuslang. He was educated at St Aloysius College, Glasgow (1950-1960) and
RCOG statement on appointment of new Health Secretary
The RCOG congratulates the new Health Secretary on his appointment and very much looks forward to working with him on the future of women’s healthcare.
Diversity policy
The College recognises the value of having a diverse workforce and aims to ensure our people processes are fair, equitable and free from any form of discrimination. We aim to: Enrich diversity at all levels of the organisation Improve the diversity mix
Previous OSATS for reproductive medicine
Previous OSATS requirements for subspecialty training in reproductive medicine. You have to be competent in: Diagnostic hysteroscopy Diagnostic laparoscopy Hysteroscopic surgery Laparoscopic adhesiolysis Laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis
Previous versions of Gynaecological oncology subspecialty training
Previous versions of subspecialty training in Gynaecological Oncology, including the curriculum, logbooks and assessments   New curriculum and logbook introduced August 2013 The RCOG introduced a new gynaecological oncology curriculum and logbook
RCOG statement on fall in the UK stillbirth rate
The MBRRACE-UK report focuses on rates of stillbirth and neonatal death across the UK for babies born at 24 weeks of gestation or more. Published last week (21 June), the latest study showed that the stillbirth rate in the UK has reduced by almost
Inspiring voices: Interviews from the heart of the College
Caroline Overton Dr Caroline Overton is a consultant gynaecologist at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, and has contributed to the RCOG by assisting in guidance and serving as a media spokesperson. She has created many resources for

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