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Workplace and workforce issues for SAS/LEDs
Workplace Behaviour Champions for SAS/LED There’s a Workplace Behaviour Champion in every school/deanery to help take forward our work to address undermining and bullying in the workplace. See the RCOG's page on Improving workplace behaviours and
Improving workplace culture and behaviours
Dealing with undermining Undermining and bullying behaviour has long been recognised as a problem for trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G), as shown by repeated General Medical Council (GMC) trainee surveys. O&G trainees report more
RCOG Post-nominals: What do MRCOG, FRCOG and DRCOG mean?
Annual membership of the RCOG allows some of our members to use post-nominals MRCOG, FRCOG or DRCOG. Attainment of these post-nominals indicates that our members have successfully completed the membership or diploma examination process and acknowledges
Mesh
President’s response to the Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review Earlier this week, I welcomed the publication of Baroness Cumberlege’s Independent Medicines and Medical Devices Safety Review. The review highlights harrowing stories
Tomorrow’s Specialist
This report describes how future consultants will work in teams delivering high-quality women’s health care, and proposes innovative and rewarding ways of working.
Revised NICE intrapartum care guidelines
Today NICE publish updated guidance: Intrapartum Care: care of healthy women and their babies during childbirth. 
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. These
RCOG eLearning Editorial Board
Meeting dates (10:00 start) 2018 7 June Remit Reporting stucture The StratOG (Core Training) Editorial Board reports to Education Board. Objectives Roles A StratOG Editorial Board member has two main roles:  Responsible for the content of the
Reduced Fetal Movements (Green-top Guideline No. 57)
This guideline reviews the risk factors for reduced fetal movements in pregnancy and makes management recommendations
Having a small baby
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women who want to know more about having a small baby.

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