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Intrapartum care (NICE clinical guideline 190)
This guideline offers evidence-based advice on the care of women and their babies during labour and immediately after the birth. It covers healthy women with uncomplicated pregnancies entering labour at low risk of developing intrapartum
Pelvic organ prolapse
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women who have been told they have, or think they may have, a prolapse into the vagina.
In handover
Handovers can be busy and dynamic. Getting this time "right" for all team members can improve productivity and patient outcomes. The RCOG e-learning module on handover gives some useful advice on how to get this right and provides 2x 5-minute video
BJOG study on proactive labour induction practice in Denmark
A new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG) suggests that a proactive labour induction practice in Denmark has improved perinatal outcomes.
Working during pregnancy: carrying out your normal duties during pregnancy
This page provides information about carrying out your normal duties during pregnancy. The guidance has been developed by the RCOG Trainees’ Committee but is also relevant post-CCT. National guidance (UK) The Royal College of Physicians has produced a
DRCOG: How to complete the SBA questions
Instructions for completing the single best answer (SBA) questions for the DRCOG exam. General instructions Answer sheets The papers are marked by a computerised document reading machine. Answers should be entered as instructed on the answer sheet You
Case ascertainment
Intrapartum stillbirths and early neonatal deaths are cross-checked against data from MBRRACE-UK.   MBRRACE-UK conduct case ascertainment against Office for National Statistics and National Records of Scotland birth and death registration data and
Essential Obstetric Ultrasound, 2014
Many thanks for registering for Essential Obstetric Ultrasound on Friday 24 January 2014. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My profile’ are
MRCOG expression of interest - thank you
Thank you for submitting the expression of interest form. Return to the Part 1 MRCOG landing page.
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.

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