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Ultrasound module: Intermediate ultrasound of normal fetal anatomy
Curriculum The RCOG introduced an updated curriculum and logbook for the intermediate ultrasound of normal fetal anatomy module in August 2014. Currently registered trainees and all new trainees need to follow the 2014 curriculum. Intermediate
Education & courses
How you can get involved with education and courses at the College. Submit an abstract for one of our events There are many opportunities throughout the year to submit an abstract at an RCOG event. Find out how to submit your abstract to us Submit an
MTI reference form
This form is to be completed by the referee of a 2016 MTI candidate. Important information By completing this form and submitting it online, you are giving a reference for a trainee wishing to apply for the RCOG Medical Training Initiative. As a referee
Sponsor a Chair
For a suggested donation of £2,000 or more, you could sponsor one of three hundred chairs in our new Meeting Hall Our vision is that the Meeting Hall – the grand learning space within the College – will become the knowledge hub for women's health, where
Who can join?
This page outlines the eligibility criteria for RCOG Associate membership. Who can become an RCOG Associate? You must meet the following criteria to become an RCOG Associate: Have a medical degree Do NOT have Part 3 MRCOG exam (see Fellows’ and
ATSM: Urogynaecology and vaginal surgery
The urogynaecology and vaginal surgery ATSM will provide you with the clinical foundation for managing women with pelvic floor disorders and future development of an interest in urogynaecology. It’s designed for trainees who want to practise
2328 - Post Reproductive Health - Joint RCOG BMS Meeting 2020
Post Reproductive Health Post Reproductive Health Two day theoretical course which focuses on Post Reproductive Health. Is an RCOG ATSM component Post Reproductive Health, Menopause Advanced Training Skills Module (ATSM), Faculty of Sexual and
Each Baby Counts report recommends new measures to reduce stillbirths, baby deaths and brain injuries
There are still too many avoidable stillbirths, baby deaths and brain injuries that occur during term labour in the UK, finds the latest report from Each Baby Counts published today. 
BJOG release: Smoking in pregnancy “affects boys’ fitness in later life”
Mothers who smoke are putting more than their own health at risk, suggests a study published today in BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG). Young men whose mothers smoked during pregnancy had lower aerobic fitness compared
Miscarriage priority survey
Sophie Willetts writes why filling out the miscarriage priority survey is really important... Several months ago, I responded to a call for interested members of the Panel to become involved in a priority setting partnership around miscarriage. I now

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