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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
Sepsis in Pregnancy, Bacterial (Green-top Guideline No. 64a)
This guideline covers the recognition and management of serious bacterial illness in the antenatal and intrapartum periods and its management in secondary care.
Eddie Morris
Eddie Morris, Fellows’ Representative, East of England, writes about what it’s like being on Council... Being elected to RCOG Council as Fellows’ representative for the East of England has been a real honour. I stood for election as I felt strongly
Tips for Lead Reporters
Below is one of the case studies written by contributors to the Each Baby Counts project. Tips for Lead Reporters Dr Ed Prosser-Snelling, Each Baby Counts Quality Improvement and Network Lead While chatting to a lot of lead reporters around the country,
Part 2 MRCOG EMQ Sub-committee
Meeting dates 2020 Thursday 20 February 2020 Thursday 23 April 2020 Thursday 23 July 2020 Thursday 22 October 2020   Remit Reporting mechanism The Part 2 MRCOG EMQ Sub-Committee reports to the Examination and Assessment
A career in O&G: FAQs
This section of the site provides answers to frequently asked questions about a career in O&G from people at a variety of stages in their career planning and development: Find out more This website contains a lot of other information about a career
Press release: Each Baby Counts launches first annual report
More robust and comprehensive local reviews are urgently needed to ensure lessons can be learnt and improvements made.
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
Flu vaccination in pregnancy protects both mothers and babies
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) have joined forces to encourage more pregnant women to come forward for the free flu vaccine this winter.
Non-invasive prenatal testing is likely to become a primary screening method in pregnancy, states paper exploring the issues
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) is likely to become a primary screening method for chromosomal abnormalities (such as Down syndrome) in pregnancy in the future and so greatly reduce invasive testing and the associated risks, says a new Scientific

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