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Thematic analysis 4: Neonatal care
  Over 80% of the babies reported to Each Baby Counts fall into one of two categories: babies who die within the first 7 days of life, and those who sustain a severe brain injury.   As the majority of these babies will have received neonatal
Previous OSATS for reproductive medicine
Previous OSATS requirements for subspecialty training in reproductive medicine. You have to be competent in: Diagnostic hysteroscopy Diagnostic laparoscopy Hysteroscopic surgery Laparoscopic adhesiolysis Laparoscopic treatment of endometriosis
Useful contacts at the RCOG for trainees
Useful contacts at the RCOG for trainees, arranged A–Z by subject Click on the subject to go to the relevant section of the website, or click on the person's name to email them. Phone numbers are also provided. Topic Contact (click to email) Phone
RCOG suggests caution over social egg freezing
Egg freezing can benefit women, particularly those who may face infertility for medical reasons, such as chemotherapy treatment for certain cancers. But the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists suggests caution for women who wish to freeze
Monthly blog from RCOG President
Over the past few weeks, in the usual Chief Medical Officer and National Medical Director briefings that I attend there has been a very definite improvement in the mood because we are seeing a fall in new infections and hospital admissions...
Library services
The College provides access to a number of information services and resources which will assist you in your research and clinical practice.  Some of these resources are only available to RCOG Fellows, Members and registered Trainees as a
Resuscitation competence
  Situation A baby was born at 41 weeks of gestation with no spontaneous respirations. There was a significant delay in intubation even once a lack of respiratory drive was recognised. Once the decision was made to intubate, the endotracheal tube,
Joint RCOG/RCM statement on multi-disciplinary working and continuity of carer
The RCOG President Dr David Richmond is speaking at a maternity care conference today entitled ‘Celebrating Continuity - Rhetoric into Reality, Policy into Practice’.   
Trainees’ Committee: Summary of national survey of obstetrics and gynaecology trainees
This statement was written by the Trainees’ Committee. Imposing a new contract could lead to a huge loss of junior doctors from the specialty of obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G) and put pressure on hospitals’ ability to provide vital out-of-hours
Using donor sperm, eggs, embryos, or surrogacy
Some people may need to consider using eggs, sperm or embryos from a donor. This can be because of fertility problems which make it necessary to use donor eggs or sperm, or it may be for single women or same-sex couples. In other cases, if a woman

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