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RCOG response to BMJ study on induction of labour
Inducing labour at 41 weeks in low risk pregnancies is associated with a lower risk of newborn death compared with expectant management (a “wait and see” approach) until 42 weeks, suggests a trial published by The BMJ.
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
Key clinical findings
Babies reported to Each Baby Counts Final results for babies born in 2017 who were reported to Each Baby Counts. 677,192 Term babies born in the UK in 2017 1130 Eligible babies reported 986 Babies fully reported and the reviews appraised by at
Executive summary
Each Baby Counts is the RCOG's national quality improvement programme to reduce the number of babies who die, or are left with severe disability, as a result of incidents occurring during term labour.   Each Baby Counts has an ambitious aim to
BPS delegate email template
Copy and paste the content of this page into an email and send it to all your registered delegates 2-3 weeks before the event date. Dear Delegate, Thank you for registering to attend the Basic Practical Skills Course (BPS) taking place on [DATE], at
Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy Hands-on Masterclass
Fee: £195 incl VATSunday 16 June 1400–1800Max capacity 20 - FULLY BOOKED This workshop will allow attendees to: To understand anatomy and procedural steps for laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy To understand the laparoscopic options for uterine prolapse:
Previous versions of Reproductive medicine subspecialty training
Information about subspecialty training in reproductive medicine, including the curriculum, logbooks and assessments   New curriculum and logbook introduced June 2015 The RCOG introduced a new reproductive medicine curriculum and logbook in June
Admission Ceremony FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions about the College's admission ceremonies Admission ceremonies at the College will take place in the Main Hall. Before your ceremony you are referred to as a Fellow elect or Member elect – a person who is about to
Mentoring and support for trainees
Entering a specialist training programme in the specialty you wish to work in for the rest of your career is an incredibly exciting time. However, you may be unsure where to go for help and support when you need it (as we all do), especially if you’ve
Methodology
Process Indicators are statistics that can describe clinical performance.  They can be used for identifying possible problems and opportunities for improvement, informing policymaking and comparative benchmarking. A number of national initiatives

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