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RCOG/BSUG statement on the restricted use of transvaginal mesh in Scotland
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and The British Society of Urogynaecologyare aware of the Scottish Chief Medical Officer’s announcement of a temporary and immediate halt on the use of transvaginal mesh for stress urinary
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
How to avoid accusations of bullying and undermining
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘individual’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. How to avoid accusations of bullying and undermining Be self-aware. Understand the way your behaviour impacts on other people. Realise that you
RCOG statement in response to Williams Review
The RCOG welcomes the publication of the Williams Review which makes a number of recommendations in order to provide clarity for healthcare professionals and improve patient safety.
International Women’s Day
Every year, the College holds an event to celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD), choosing a different theme each year. 2020 – We need to talk about race More Asian and black women in the UK die during or soon after pregnancy than white women.
Obstetric care at Barbara Bay Maternity Hospital, Ethiopia
Dr Margaret McDougald shares her experiences at Barbara May Maternity Hospital in Mille, Ethiopia, from March 2012. These are our miracle twins! Mother arrived at 13.00 hours having delivered the little girl weighing 1.6 kg three hours previously! The
Foreword
  An introduction to Each Baby Counts by Professor Lesley Regan, RCOG President   While the UK remains one of the safest places to give birth, serious incidents do occur and can result in stillbirths, neonatal deaths and brain injuries.
Maternal Medicine: Medical Complications in Pregnancy, 2014
Many thanks for registering for Maternal Medicine: Medical Complications in Pregnancy on Wednesday 5 – Thursday 6 March 2014. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your
Responsibility for training – information for trainers
Structure of postgraduate training, with information about who’s responsible for each level of training. This information is designed for RCOG trainers. Who manages training? There’s a clear structure of training, which is detailed in the Gold
Other considerations
Childcare There are a wide range of options available to you including nannies, child minders and nursery.  It can however, be difficult to decide on what will suit you and your family and therefore,  it is advisable to consider this as early

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