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British Society of Urogynaecology (BSUG)
Who we are The British Society of Urogynaecology (BSUG) was founded in 2001 following a request from the RCOG for a urogynaecology society which might assist the College in matters pertaining to the subspecialty. The Society now has approximately 500
International meetings and conferences for CPD
This page provides a list of international meetings that non-UK participants in the RCOG’s CPD programme may like to attend to help accrue CPD points.  We don’t require non-UK CPD participants to attend an RCOG meeting, but if you would like to,
Obituary: Kirsty Paterson
Obstetrics and gynaecology traineeRoyal London HospitalBorn: 18/8/84Qualified: Bristol Medical School, 2009Died from metastatic breast cancer on 14 September 2018Kirsty Paterson (previously Cleverly) began O&G training in North East Thames in 2011;
Planning an absence from work
  Overview Summary     Return To Work Toolkit Trainees Consultants, SAS and Non-training doctors Supervisors Resources Developing a Return To Work course About this toolkit
Complaints policy and procedure
The RCOG (‘the College’) strives to provide a professional, respectful and timely service in all our interactions with stakeholders and is committed to adhering to policies and procedures. However, the College recognises that on occasions services may
Group B Streptococcus (GBS) infection in pregnancy and newborn babies
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant about Group B Streptococcus (GBS) infection in newborn babies.
RCOG release: Updated guidance on third- and fourth- degree perineal tears
Early identification and appropriate repair of severe perineal tearing is vital in reducing the physical and mental impact of these injuries, according to updated guidelines published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
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.
SBA general instructions
Guidance on answering Single Best Answer questions (SBAs) How to complete the new RCOG answer sheet format Please only use a black or blue ball point pen to complete your answer sheet. You will find the answer sheet on page 3 of the question
Pertussis (whooping cough) vaccination now offered from 20 weeks of pregnancy
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has reviewed new evidence on the optimum time to offer whooping cough vaccination in pregnancy. 

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