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Training Requirements for the Matrix FAQs
These FAQs, produced by the Trainees Committee, aim to address issues relating to the requirements of the training matrix of educational progression. What evidence is required to sign off logbook competencies? On the training matrix it says as ST1s we
Cognitive overload as a loss of situational awareness
  Situation At this point the team (obstetricians, anaesthetist and co-ordinating midwife) felt that delivery suite was busy and had many complex problems, but that they were managing it safely and effectively and did not consider escalating the
Decision making surrounding therapeutic hypothermia
  The reviewers found that, at times, the information contained within the local reviews lacked detail on whether or not criteria were met to initiate therapeutic hypothermia treatment.   The reviewers considered that such clinical decisions
Annual Academic Meeting
The RCOG holds an Annual Academic Meeting each year to showcase the best of research in obstetrics and gynaecology in the UK, from basic science to clinical trials. Prizes are awarded for the best oral and poster presentations. The 2-day meeting
Janice Rymer
Janice Rymer, International Representative, Australasia, Pacific Rim and Americas, writes about what it’s like being on Council...  When I was a Member I was on Council for six years and now as a Fellow I have just done another six years. I have
Part 2 SBA Sub-Committee – Fellow / Member Representative (3 vacancies)
We are seeking 3 Fellow / Member Representatives to join the Part 2 SBA Sub-Committee Committee members will be expected to attend committee meetings regularly, produce new questions, review the performance of the questions following the examinations,
Obituary: Elizabeth Margaret Rose
Consultant Obstetrician and GynaecologistBorn: 4 April 1916 in EdinburghDied: 1 April 2011 in Bridge of Allan Dr Elizabeth Rose was a highly respected consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and a key player in setting the Brook Advisory Centre in
TOG release: New review looks into reducing perinatal and neonatal mortality in low resource settings
Progress in achieving Millennium Development Goal 4 is accelerating, but many countries globally will not meet their targets by 2015, suggests a new review published today in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG). 
RCOG statement in response to Lancet series on pre-conception health
The diet and health of both parents can have profound implications for the growth, development, and long-term health of their children before their conception, according to a series of papers published in The Lancet. 
Publishing links to third-party websites on the RCOG site
As a major part of the RCOG’s work involves collaborating with external bodies and offering guidance to interested parties, the RCOG may wish to place links to external websites on the RCOG website. Also, the RCOG is occasionally asked by external

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