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New NICE guideline on Neonatal parenteral nutrition published
We are pleased to announce the publication of NICE guideline Neonatal parental nutrition (NG154). Parenteral nutrition refers to intravenous feeding, a technique for providing nutrition to those who are unable to tolerate adequate enteral nutrition (
RCOG/VSO Partnership
The RCOG and VSO have a long standing relationship providing overseas volunteering opportunities to members of the RCOG. The previous fellowship scheme offered to trainees to improve obstetric care in developing countries continues through our
Agreement between RCOG and European Society of Gynaecological Oncology (ESGO)
Details of agreement between RCOG and ESGO ESGO training is a minimum of 24 months of gynaecological oncology training. To be eligible for ESGO individual accreditation the doctor would need to spend a minimum of 12 months in an ESGO recognised
2. What should I do if I feel that I have witnessed someone being bullied or undermined?
Stay calm, reflect and clarify.  You can undertake a formal reflection using the Reflection on a difficult communications episode template (Word document 20kb). Space. Can you take the recipient out of the situation for some fresh air/ cup of tea
Cervical stitch
This patient information leaflet is about having a cervical stitch (previously cervical suture).
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
CPD FAQs: CPD categories and activities
This page provides answers to CPD FAQs about the various CPD categories and activities: Impact of CPD Knowledge-based assessment via The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG) Audit Analysis of significant clinical events CPD allowance for examining
Ultrasound training: introduction
Use and application of ultrasound in obstetrics and gynaecology is now an integral part of clinical practice. You’ll need to use ultrasound in your daily practice, for example when assessing fetal presentation in preterm labour, or for placental
Gynaecological cancers
Information for women, their partners and families about gynaecological cancers. What are gynaecological cancers? ‘Gynaecological cancer’ refers to the five cancers that start in a woman’s reproductive system - click on the links for information
OSATS, intermediate ultrasound of early pregnancy complications
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the intermediate ultrasound of early pregnancy complications module. You have to be competent in: Ultrasound diagnosis of normal early pregnancy Ultrasound diagnosis of early embryonic demise Ultrasound

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