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Why Obs and Gynae? by Annabel Harbidge
Each year, the RCOG invites foundation trainees to tell us why they’ve chosen a career in O&G for the Why Obs and Gynae? prize. This is a submission from Annabel Harbidge, an FY1 at Heart of England Foundation Trust. Why obstetrics and
Association between maternal sleep practices and late stillbirth – findings from a stillbirth case-control study
A plain language summary from BJOGRead the full study   Stillbirth, the death of a baby before birth, is a tragedy for mothers and families. One approach to reduce stillbirths is to identify factors that are associated with stillbirth. There are
Children born prematurely have greater risk of developmental difficulties
Babies born preterm – at any degree – have a greater risk of developing cognitive, motor and behavioural difficulties and these problems persist throughout school years, finds a new study published online in BJOG: An International Journal of
RCOG statement on Cervical Cancer Prevention Week
This week marks Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, and is a European-wide initiative.
MTI process explained
How the MTI process works The MTI process for hospitals offering placements The MTI process contains several steps and involves many parties. It requires the continuous cooperation between applicants, the MTI Lead, hospitals, the GMC and the Academy of
Case study: Training across two hospital sites
A review was commissioned by a Trust to evaluate the clinical training programmes and opportunities in obstetrics and gynaecology and to review the supervision provided to trainee junior medical staff and student midwives across
ISAD 2017 interview: Dr John Nyamu
Dr John Nyamu is the Director of the Reproductive and Maternal Health Consortium in Kenya and is a passionate advocate of women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights. In 2004, Dr Nyamu and two RHS clinic nurses were arrested and charged with
Gynaecological Oncology subspecialty training
Subspecialty training in Gynaecological Oncology, including the curriculum and assessments   Subspecialty Curriculum 2019 Gynaeological Oncology – Definitive Document (PDF 1.9mb) This is the Definitive Document for the Gynaecological Oncology
MRCOG Final Preparation Part 1 Revision Course - Ghana, November 2016
Many thanks for registering for the MRCOG Final Preparation Part 1 Revision Course - Ghana course on 2 - 5 November 2016. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure
Working during pregnancy: general advice
This page provides general information about working during pregnancy and maternity leave, focusing on your rights and responsibilities towards your employer. This guidance has been developed by the RCOG Trainees’ Committee but is also relevant

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