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Chronic Pelvic Pain, Initial Management (Green-top Guideline No. 41)
This guideline provides an evidence-based summary for the generalist to facilitate appropriate investigation and management of women presenting for the first time with chronic pelvic pain.
Facilities & venue hire
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Sign-off by ‘other methodologies’ (OM)
Throughout the curriculum, several competencies are marked for potential sign-off using ‘other methodologies’ (OM). The College introduced this to facilitate learning and potentially facilitate sign-off for certain conditions that aren’t commonly
RCOG release: Pregnant women with epilepsy need ‘specialist care’
While most women with epilepsy give birth safely, healthcare professionals must do more to control the condition in pregnant women, according to new guidance published today at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists World Congress in
Women’s right to safe and timely healthcare: RCOG World Congress 2017
More than 2,300 delegates from 77 countries packed into the Cape Town International Convention Centre for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) World Congress 2017 (20-22 March). More than 155 internationally renowned experts
High Court ruling on GMC v Bawa-Garba
In 2015, Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba, a junior doctor specialising in paediatrics, was found guilty of gross negligence manslaughter in relation to the death of Jack Adcock, who suffered heart failure after going into septic shock. Dr Bawa-Garba received a
Training data analysis 2017
Our national Training Evaluation Survey collates feedback from the Trainee Evaluation Form (TEF), taking place in the early part of the year, prior to the GMC survey. It provides the College, schools and individual units detailed feedback on the
FIGO President discusses how to make labour safer for women worldwide
Labour, birth and the immediate postnatal period is the most dangerous time for mothers and their newborn babies, and there is more that medical professionals need to do to help reduce mortality rates around the world, says FIGO President Professor Sir
A letter from Sussex Place, May 2014
Paul Fogarty, Senior Vice President, Global Health writes... In October 2013, the RCOG took a huge leap forward in its global health focus with the launch of the RCOG Global Health Strategy. This strategy is now being implemented and taken forward by
Policy update
This is the first of a regular round-up of recent national health policy developments produced by the Policy and Public Affairs (PPA) team of the RCOG. If you have any comments or suggestions for the round-up, please contact us at

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