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Originally established in 1988 through the generosity of a bequest by Miss Aileen Dickins FRCOG and expanded by a further generous donation by the late Mr Donald Fraser in 1990, the Overseas fund provides up to £2500 to our International Fellows and
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).
Subspecialty training: FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions about subspecialty training
I'm considering subspecialty training – what do I need to do?
Who’s eligible for subspecialty training?
How do I apply for subspecialty training?
How much does subspecialty training
Meet Kate Brian, the newly appointed Women’s Voices Lead
Former television journalist turned women’s health advocate, Kate Brian, has been named as the first Women’s Voices lead.
Policy update, August 2017
This is your monthly round-up of recent national health policy developments for 10 July to 14 August.
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Course syllabus for APM in Clinical Research
This course syllabus is intended to itemize the minimum necessary requirements for a course to be suitable for the theoretical component of the Clinical Research APM. It is expected to be a 1-day course.
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This page sets out the OSATS requirements for subspecialty training in urogynaecology.
You have to be competent in:
Vaginal hysterectomy and anterior repair
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
Core module 10: Management of labour
The management of labour core module will help you understand and demonstrate appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes in relation to labour.
A list of all RCOG resources available for the management of labour core
First- and second-degree tears
Repair of first- and second-degree tears, care of stitches and what to expect when healing
What is a first-degree tear?
These are small tears, or grazes, affecting only the skin.
They can occur around the labia, clitoris or inside the vagina.
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