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Obituary: Rees Lloyd-Jones
Born: 13 June 1925Died: 27 September 2011 Rees Lloyd-Jones was born in Pwllheli, Caernarfonshire, North Wales. He was the only child of Griffith and Marie Lloyd Jones; his father was a farmer and garage owner. They were Welsh speaking and strict
A letter from Sussex Place, August 2013
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes... The word "census" originated in Rome from the Latin word censere ("to estimate"). In ancient times the census played a crucial role in the administration of the Roman Empire, as it was used to determine taxes.
Scientific Undergraduate Academic Prize
The Scientific Undergraduate Academic Prize is for a written report in format of a research paper in preparation for a submission to a scientific journal.   Prize There are 3 prizes (first, second and third). All winners will receive a certificate
Obituary: Dr Philomena Obiageliuwa Uyanwah
Dr Philomena Obiageliuwa Uyanwah, MB, Ch.B, MD, FMCOG, FRCOG, who has died age 81, was an Obsterician and Gynaecolgist and was once the Chief Medical Officer for Biafra, during the Biafran War/Nigerian Civil War. She was widely published and was an
Case study: Better partnership working
A trust asked RCOG to help improve joint working and the interpersonal relationships between a wide range of staff including Trust executives, obstetricians and midwives.  Following a site visit and interviews with all grades
Becoming Tomorrow’s Specialist
This working party report makes recommendations for lifelong learning for specialists in women’s health.
Disability and women’s health
The Paralympic Games in London are now in full swing. This is a fantastic event following on from the success of the Olympic Games. The Paralympics highlight the spectrum of disability and how strength and belief triumph. The flame was lit last week at
House of Lords Select Committee call for evidence on NHS sustainability
The present demographic changes within the population of the UK and increase in long-term conditions place additional stress on the NHS. The House of Lords is conducting an inquiry into the long-term sustainability of the NHS over the next 15-20 years.
Magnesium Sulphate to Prevent Cerebral Palsy following Preterm Birth (Scientific Impact Paper No. 29)
This paper discusses the use of magnesium sulphate in the prevention of cerebral palsy resulting from preterm birth.
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;

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