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RCOG response to BMJ study on induction of labour
Inducing labour at 41 weeks in low risk pregnancies is associated with a lower risk of newborn death compared with expectant management (a “wait and see” approach) until 42 weeks, suggests a trial published by The BMJ.
Each Baby Counts – the RCOG’s plan to reduce avoidable harm to babies in labour
From Nicky Lyon, Patient Representative on the Project Advisory Group and Alan Cameron, RCOG Vice President, Clinical Quality.
BJOG app download instructions
With the BJOG app for Android and iOS, you can access BJOG content any time, anywhere – full access for RCOG Fellows and Members and anyone with an online subscription to the journal, free of charge. Just follow the instructions below to register
Preterm Birth Clinical Study Group
Information on the Preterm Birth Clinical Study Group Sponsor: Action Medical Research (AMR) Chair: Dr R Katie Morris Aims The Preterm Birth CSG develops clinical and basic science research studies to prevent or treat preterm birth. We are
Non-invasive prenatal testing is likely to become a primary screening method in pregnancy, states paper exploring the issues
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) is likely to become a primary screening method for chromosomal abnormalities (such as Down syndrome) in pregnancy in the future and so greatly reduce invasive testing and the associated risks, says a new Scientific
Mumsnet Miscarriage Code of Care
Mumsnet have published their revised Miscarriage Code of Care today along with the findings of their recent survey on NHS miscarriage services.
Joint RCOG/RCM statement on multi-disciplinary working and continuity of carer
The RCOG President Dr David Richmond is speaking at a maternity care conference today entitled ‘Celebrating Continuity - Rhetoric into Reality, Policy into Practice’.   
National Audit of Induced Abortion 2000
Aims This audit was a national survey of clinical practice in England and Wales, undertaken as a baseline from which to evaluate change before publication of the RCOG’s evidence-based guideline on the care of women requesting induced abortion. It was
Diagnosis and Treatment of Gestational Diabetes (Scientific Impact Paper No. 23)
This Scientific Impact Paper has been archived.
How to deal with poorly performing trainees – information for trainers
This page provides information for RCOG trainers to help them manage trainees who are struggling with their training programme, looking at both prevention and remedial action. Hospital medicine is a potentially stressful environment, particularly for

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