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Joint support for reduction in multiple births
The Association of Clinical Embryologists (ACE), the British Fertility Society (BFS), The Multiple Births Foundation (MBF) and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) are aware of the decision by the Human Fertilisation and
Subscribe to the Trainees’ Register – UK trainees
Join the Trainees' Register Who can join the Trainees' Register? UK trainees should subscribe to the Trainees' Register by completing the form below.You must be logged in to see the form. Non-UK trainees are not eligible to join the Trainees' Register,
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RCOG response to Government’s pledge for revolution in mental health treatment
The Government has announced almost a billion pounds of investment for mental health treatment including £230m for specialist support for mothers during and after pregnancy and the first ever waiting time targets for teenagers with eating
Advertising courses and events on the RCOG website
Advertising on the RCOG website offers an ideal opportunity to promote your course or meeting to the O&G profession worldwide. Our website receives 3.2 million visits and 16.5 million page views each year, with 50% of visits coming from the UK. RCOG
Trainees’ Committee: Summary of national survey of obstetrics and gynaecology trainees
This statement was written by the Trainees’ Committee. Imposing a new contract could lead to a huge loss of junior doctors from the specialty of obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G) and put pressure on hospitals’ ability to provide vital out-of-hours
Course syllabus for colposcopy ATSM
The colposcopy ATSM course syllabus below lists the minimum requirements for a course to be suitable for the theoretical component of this module. The course should last 2 days. Any times given or descriptions of activities within a course are given for
Exam Revision Resources
Who can join?
This page outlines the eligibility criteria for RCOG Associate membership. Who can become an RCOG Associate? You must meet the following criteria to become an RCOG Associate: Have a medical degree Do NOT have Part 3 MRCOG exam (see Fellows’ and
MTI reference form
This form is to be completed by the referee of a 2016 MTI candidate. Important information By completing this form and submitting it online, you are giving a reference for a trainee wishing to apply for the RCOG Medical Training Initiative. As a referee

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