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2329 - International Womens Day 2020
International Women’s Day – We need to talk about race - FULLY BOOKED
International Women’s Day
This one-day conference discusses the higher maternal mortality rates for BAME women
MBRRACE, Mortality, Race, International, Women’s Network, BAME
Breast Cancer, Pregnancy and (Green-top Guideline No. 12)
This guideline provides clinical guidance for all health professionals who care for women of childbearing age with a diagnosis or history of breast cancer.
Global Health Board
Meeting dates (10:30 start)
The Global Health Board reports to Council.
The following committees report to the Global Health Board:
MTI and Volunteering Committee
Trainees' Global Health Committee
Fetal monitoring recommendations
We are delighted to confirm the publication of the NGA-developed NICE exceptional review of the fetal monitoring recommendations in CG190.
Recommendations in CG190 have been exceptionally reviewed and adapted in response to stakeholder feedback and
Mentors for academic trainees
This page provides information about the mentors available for academic trainees in each medical school/university, as part of the RCOG’s mentorship scheme for academic trainees.
The list is arranged A–Z by medical school/university. Click on the
Terms and conditions
This page sets out the terms and conditions for RCOG exams, events and social events.
Read the terms and conditions (regulations) for the RCOG’s exams:
Part 1 MRCOG regulations
Part 2 MRCOG regulations
Part 3 MRCOG regulations
The RCOG’s overarching aims and values, and our strategic plan for 2017–20.
Aim, objectives and values
Our aim is ‘to set standards to improve women’s health and the clinical practice of obstetrics and gynaecology in the British Isles and across the
RCOG statement on the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges’ Annual Weigh-In
Today the Academy of Medical Royal College (AoMRC) publishes the UK’s Annual Weigh-In, a follow up from last year’s ‘Measuring Up: the medical profession’s prescription for the nation’s obesity crisis’ report.
An increase in female genital cosmetic surgery in Australia and the UK
Publicly funded labiaplasties in Australia and the United Kingdom have more than doubled over the last decade, say leading experts tomorrow at the RCOG/RANZCOG World Congress in Brisbane.
The Each Baby Counts assessors have concluded that in 24% of Each Baby Counts babies, different care might not have made a difference to the outcome. In such circumstances, maternity teams must ensure a robust, thorough, open and honest review is
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