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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
RCOG and Five X More joint campaign
Do you work in maternity care? Use these five steps for health professionals to help reduce inequalities The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and Five X More are working together to eradicate maternal health disparities in the
British and Irish Association of Robotic Gynaecological Surgeons (BIARGS)
Who we are BIARGS was founded in 2010 by a group of British & Irish gynaecologists who were setting up the first robotic programmes in gynaecological surgery. The Association is unusual in that its members come from both benign and malignant
A letter from Sussex Place, June 2011
Richard Warren, Honorary Secretary, writes.... So now we know! Not only who has and who has not got tickets for the Olympics, but the new RCOG website now allows us to study which parts of The Scanner are visited by members and fellows. It is
OSATS, reproductive medicine
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for subspecialty training in reproductive medicine. You have to be competent in: Hysteroscopic surgery Laparoscopic adhesiolysis Laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis Laparoscopic ovarian cystectomy
How to register for an APM
To register for an Advanced Professional Module (APM), you need to apply prospectively to the RCOG. Before applying If you are an NTN holder, you should discuss your APM plans with your clinical educational supervisor If you are a consultant /
RCOG statement in response to Williams Review
The RCOG welcomes the publication of the Williams Review which makes a number of recommendations in order to provide clarity for healthcare professionals and improve patient safety.
ISAD 2017 interview: Dr Kate Guthrie
Dr Kate Guthrie is a Fellow of the RCOG and has supported the RCOG’s Leading Safe Choices programme in South Africa and Tanzania. Why is the availability of abortion care important for women? For the health and wellbeing of their family and themselves,
Vulval Carcinoma, Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of
This guideline addresses issues of referral for investigation and confirmation, diagnostic procedures and management of vulval carcinoma. The guideline covers all invasive vulval cancers of any histological type.
Key NHS resources and references
NHS resources NHS Improvement: ‘Civility and Respect Toolkit’ Social Partnership Forum: Creating a culture of civility, compassion & respect An Alliance Against Bullying, Undermining and Harassment in the NHS NHS Scotland: Bullying and Harassment

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