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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.
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 appoints first Lay Chair of Trustees
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has appointed Baroness Tessa Blackstone as the first independent chair of its Trustee board.
Remembering Foundation Fellows and Members who served in WWI
Today marks 100 years since the start of the First World War. The RCOG joins in the remembrance of the many lives lost and recognises the role played by many of its Foundation Fellows and Members who served in the war, whether as medical officers with
Egg and sperm freezing for cancer patients, trans people and elective egg freezing
Sometimes freezing eggs or sperm is part of fertility treatment. Others who don't have fertility problems may also choose to freeze.
People who are having cancer treatments which could affect their fertility may be able to freeze eggs or sperm before
RCOG statement on the disposal of fetal remains
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) understands that there are concerns about the incineration of fetal remains in some trusts.
OSATS, benign abdominal surgery: open and laparoscopic ATSM
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the ATSM in benign abdominal surgery: open and laparoscopic.
You have to be competent in:
Opening and closing a vertical abdominal incision
Items under observation:
Preparation of the patient
Miscarriage priority survey
Sophie Willetts writes why filling out the miscarriage priority survey is really important...
Several months ago, I responded to a call for interested members of the Panel to become involved in a priority setting partnership around miscarriage. I now
Choosing a fertility clinic
If you qualify for NHS treatment, you may not have much choice as to where you will have your fertility treatment.
If you are going to pay privately, you will have to make a decision where to go for your treatment.
HFEA: Choose a
Planning an absence from work
Return To Work Toolkit
Consultants, SAS and Non-training doctors
Developing a Return To Work course
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