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Policy update, September 2017
This is your monthly round-up of recent national health policy developments for 14 August to 15 September.
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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
APM in Clinical Research: Introduction
The Clinical Research APM has been developed to help obstetricians and gynaecologists to develop the skills to support clinical research (Principal Investigator, co-applicant/collaborator, recruiter).
Its aim is to increase the opportunities for
Information for women, their partners and families about gynaecological cancers.
What are gynaecological cancers?
‘Gynaecological cancer’ refers to the five cancers that start in a woman’s reproductive system - click on the links for information
Direct Debit FAQs
FAQs on paying by Direct Debit
What date will my Direct Debit be taken?
When will my payment by 4 equal Direct Debit instalment start?
What happens if I miss the January deadline?
Instalments and frequency
If I pay in instalments, will I
Confusing fertility advice sparking unnecessary worry among UK women
New data released by RCOG highlights widespread concern UK women are feeling in the face of conflicting fertility information.
Subspecialty training: FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions about subspecialty training
I'm considering subspecialty training – what do I need to do?
Who’s eligible for subspecialty training?
How do I apply for subspecialty training?
How much does subspecialty training
RCOG announcement: Ebola information
Public Health England has produced information for healthcare professionals on Ebola and pregnancy.
TOG release: Women should wait at least 12 months before trying for a baby following weight loss surgery, experts advise
Women should wait at least 12 months before trying for a baby following weight loss surgery and need further advice and information on reproductive issues, suggests a new evidence-based literature review published today in The Obstetrician &
Obstetric ATSMs FAQs
Answers to questions about new Obstetric ATSMs for 2018
Read introductory information on the new Obstetric ATSMs for 2018
Do I have to change from the current ATSM to the April 2018 version?
Do ASMs carry a work intensity score?
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