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Guidance for chairs
Details for anyone acting as chair at an RCOG event. The chair has a very important role in ensuring a successful meeting, and we would be grateful for your help in the following ways: Your primary role is to coordinate the session that
Guidance for speakers
Frequently asked questions for anyone speaking at an RCOG event Presentation format How long is the presentation you have been asked to give? A good practical rule is to allow no more than one PowerPoint slide per minute of your allotted time if
Joint Standing Committee for Patient Safety (JSCPS)
Please note: the Joint Standing Committee for Patient Safety was formerly known as the Women’s Health Patient Safety Expert Group   Meeting dates (10:00 start) 2020 Thursday 20 February 2020 Thursday 7 May 2020 Thursday 17 September
A career in O&G: FAQs from school and college students
This page provides answers to FAQs from school and college students who are interested in a career in O&G. I’m interested in a career in medicine, and am especially interested in O&G. How can I find out more? The careers lead at your school or
A career in O&G: miscellaneous FAQs
This page provides answers to general FAQs about a career in O&G. This section of the site also contains FAQs about a career in O&G from: School and college students Medical students Foundation trainees I’m already a trainee in another
Video conferencing: guidance for speakers
Frequently asked questions for anyone speaking at or chairing a video conference. Chairing a video conference Presentation preparation Delivering your lecture   Chairing a video conference How will the chairing work? The RCOG chair for each
Advanced Surgical Anatomy of the Female Pelvis, September 2016
Many thanks for registering for the Understanding Urodynamics course on 26 September 2016. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My profile’
College coat of arms and logo
The College’s coat of arms was designed to reflect the profession of obstetrics and gynaecology and its practitioners. Coat of arms The College was granted its coat of arms in 1931. It comprises the following
British Fertility Society (BFS)
Who we are With the encouragement of IVF pioneer Patrick Steptoe, the British Fertility Society (BFS) was founded in 1972 by a small group with a common interest in infertility. Since then, the burgeoning knowledge in this exciting area of medicine has
Medical education in the UK: an overview
This page provides a brief overview of medical training in the UK, with links to external sites which will give you more information. Medical education in the UK is wide and diverse. On average, undergraduate courses last between 4 and 6 years. After

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