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Volunteering with RCOG Heritage
Help us keep the College’s fascinating heritage alive The RCOG’s unique and specialised heritage collections are open to Members and Fellows of the College, researchers and other stakeholders, and the RCOG Heritage team is keen to promote this
O&G pre-20th century and foundation of the College
From early medicine to the formation of the College Obstetrics and gynaecology pre-20th century Women’s health was historically managed by women, largely in the form of unqualified midwives, who had no medical training and were quite often uneducated
Presidential election - call for nominations
Nominations are now open for the election of a new President for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
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
High Quality Women’s Health Care
This report looks at how NHS women’s health services could be configured to provide high-quality, safe and timely care.
Difficulties returning to work
With the right type of support, the majority of doctors will transition successfully back to work. If you feel that you are struggling, or that you are not being supported enough,  it is important to flag this up as early as possible with your
RCOG statement: Junior doctor contract referendum
Last week, NHS Employers released the final terms and conditions of service for junior doctors in England. The BMA have held over 120 roadshows across England from 6 to 17 June to talk to junior doctors and final or penultimate year medical students
Egg and sperm freezing for cancer patients, trans people and elective egg freezing
Sometimes freezing eggs or sperm is part of fertility treatment. Others who don't have fertility problems may also choose to freeze. People who are having cancer treatments which could affect their fertility may be able to freeze eggs or sperm before
London Congress, 2019
Thank you for attending the 2019 RCOG World Congress. The Congress was a huge success, attracting over 4,000 attendees from 101 countries. We hope you enjoyed the excellent scientific programme, networking opportunities and sessions from world renowned
CPD programme: summary of key requirements
This page provides a quick reference guide to the key requirements of the RCOG’s CPD programme. For more information, please visit the main CPD programme section or download the CPD Guide (below).  CPD cycle credit requirements You must claim at

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