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Support Services for RCOG members & trainees
Peer to Peer Support Service The College offers informal peer to peer to members who are looking for guidance from their peers on workplace issues, interpersonal difficulties, return to work options or non-clinical concerns. This is not intended as a
Communication
Reviewers observed that communication with the neonatal or paediatric team was variable and led, on a number of occasions, to paediatricians not being present at delivery or being called late, or to the paediatric/neonatal team being only represented
Careers prospectus: assessment and exams
This page provides an overview of how you’ll be assessed throughout specialty training in O&G. Induction and appraisal At the beginning of each training post, you’ll have an induction to set out your learning objectives in that post. You’ll
RCOG policy briefing: Pregnant women planning travel to Zika affected areas
Further to the RCOG policy briefing: Zika virus in pregnancy, the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued new advice on travel to countries where Zika virus transmission is ongoing.
Resources for authors
Resources to assist authors writing for BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and anyone wishing to submit a paper to the journal.   Submit a manuscript BJOG uses ScholarOne, a web-based submission and peer review
Photo gallery: History and heritage
90 years of College history The British College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ office at 20 St John Street in Manchester   The British College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ office at 58 Queen Anne Street in London   Inside Queen
Zero tolerance
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘strategic’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Zero tolerance The Francis, Berwick and Illing reports identify a permissive culture in parts of the NHS, which can adversely
Sims Black Travelling Professorship
Applications are now closed for overseas centres to receive a Sims Black Travelling Fellow in 2020/21. Background The Sims Black Fellowship fund was created in 1951 by Sir Arthur and Lady Sims, their daughter Mrs Margaret Black, and Messrs Cooper,
Knowledge Area 3 – Core surgical skills
Capability in practice (CiP) 1: The doctor is able to apply medical knowledge, clinical skills and professional values for the provision of high-quality and safe patient-centred care 6: The doctor takes an active role in helping self and others to
Endorsement policy
Our policy on authorising collaborations and endorsements Endorsement policy for documents produced by third parties External organisations occasionally ask the RCOG to endorse or support documents or policies in whose development we haven't been

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