Rules and regulations
This page provides information for event exhibitors and sponsors on the College’s rules and regulations, including insurance, security, lost property and the College’s fire procedure.
All exhibitors and sponsors are required to read RCOG’s policy on
RCOG eLearning Editorial Board
Meeting dates (10:00 start)
The StratOG (Core Training) Editorial Board reports to Education Board.
A StratOG Editorial Board member has two main roles:
Responsible for the content of the
Zika virus infection and pregnancy
Guidance for healthcare professionals on Zika virus infection in pregnancy, developed by the RCOG, Royal College of Midwives, Public Health England and Health Protection Scotland.
ATSM for SAS/LEDs
Can SAS/LE Doctors do ATSMs?
Advanced Training Skill Modules (ATSMs) form part of the final 2 years of the O&G Specialty Trainees’ training programme (in years 6 and 7).
For a SAS doctor or LED to undertake an ATSM, they need to:
Bernhard Baron Travelling Fellowship
The Bernhard Baron Charitable Trust has generously endowed to the RCOG two travel scholarships in obstetrics and gynaecology for Fellows and Members of the college up to £6000 each.
The RCOG can offer up to £6000.
First- and second-degree tears
Repair of first- and second-degree tears, care of stitches and what to expect when healing
What is a first-degree tear?
These are small tears, or grazes, affecting only the skin.
They can occur around the labia, clitoris or inside the vagina.
This page provides answers to frequently asked questions about the CESR(CP) process.
Is a CESR(CP) equivalent to a CCT?
The CESR(CP) is equivalent to the CCT and certifies that the recipient is eligible for entry onto the Specialist Register. Applicants
RCOG statement: MBRRACE-UK Perinatal Mortality Surveillance Report
Today MBRRACE-UK publish the Perinatal Mortality Surveillance Report, examining the number of perinatal deaths in 2013, as a continuation of the national surveillance programme of perinatal mortality established in the early 1990s.
Making stillbirths visible: A systematic review of globally reported causes of stillbirth
Plain language summary from BJOG's Stillbirth themed issueRead the full study
Background and methods
Nearly three million babies are stillborn every year. These deaths have deep and long-lasting effects on parents, health care providers, and
RCOG/BMS response to Breast Cancer Now study on HRT use and breast cancer risk
The Breast Cancer Now Generations Study, published today in the British Journal of Cancer, suggests that previous studies may have underestimated the increased risk of breast cancer associated with HRT use.