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CESR: FAQs
This page provides answers to frequently asked questions about the CESR. Is a CESR equivalent to a CCT? The CESR is equivalent to the CCT and certifies that the recipient is eligible to apply for Consultant posts in the UK. Applicants for a CESR are
CPD categories
Categories used in the RCOG CPD programme Local (code L) National/international (code N) Personal/professional (code P) Knowledge-based-assessment (code K)   Local (code L) Purpose: to capture a clinician’s local job-plan-related and
Perinatal Risks Associated with IVF (Scientific Impact Paper No. 8)
This paper examines the evidence regarding the outcomes of pregnancy, delivery and early childhood associated with conception by IVF and associated procedures.
Facilitating a period of supervision
During the period of supervision, the doctor should not be on night time or on call duties. They may however wish to perform these duties with appropriate supervision. Where possible the experiences should optimise the chances for doctor to regain
D&E Workshop for Surgical Abortion after the 1st Trimester
Fee: £150 incl VATSunday 16 June 1400–1800Max capacity 30 Second trimester fetal demise, inevitable miscarriage, and abnormal or undesired pregnancy are common problems for the obstetricians and gynaecologists. Dilation and evacuation (D&E) is the
Rationale behind participation in CPD
This page sets out the rationale behind participation in continuing professional development (CPD), particularly in relation to revalidation and appraisal. Revalidation is the process that ensures licensed doctors remain up to date and fit to practise.
RCOG release: Flight for Every Mother official launch will highlight maternal mortality in sub-Saharan Africa
A project to highlight maternal mortality in sub-Saharan Africa will be officially launched today at the RCOG. Flight for Every Mother is a journey being undertaken by Dr Sophia Webster to promote safer pregnancy for women.
International Women's Day 2018: Women affected by conflict – the role of health professionals
On 2 March 2018, the RCOG celebrated International Women’s Day with an event focusing on ‘Women affected by conflict: the role of health professionals.’ In situations of war, essential health services crumble, underlined by a maternal mortality rate
RCOG Women’s Network
The RCOG champions the best in women’s health care and supports doctors so that they’re equipped to do the best job possible for women. The RCOG Women’s Network aims to make sure that women are at the heart of everything the College does. About the
A letter from Sussex Place, March 2012
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes: What are the key qualities that make an effective manager? And how do these qualities differ from those required by a leader within obstetrics and gynaecology? One of the key RCOG strategic goals is to enhance and

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