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Inspiring voices: Interviews from the heart of the College
Caroline Overton Dr Caroline Overton is a consultant gynaecologist at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust, and has contributed to the RCOG by assisting in guidance and serving as a media spokesperson. She has created many resources for
Course syllabus for fetal medicine (2018) ATSM
The Fetal Medicine (2018) ATSM course syllabus below lists the minimum requirements for a course to be suitable for the theoretical component of this module. The course should last 2 days. Any times given or descriptions of activities within a course
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
Council précis, July 2020
Overview of the Council meeting which took place on 10 July 2020. President’s update Mr Edward Morris, RCOG President, reported on the following activities: The Guidance Cell continues to update the College’s COVID-19 guidance as new evidence becomes
ATSM: Urogynaecology and vaginal surgery
The urogynaecology and vaginal surgery ATSM will provide you with the clinical foundation for managing women with pelvic floor disorders and future development of an interest in urogynaecology. It’s designed for trainees who want to practise
Each Baby Counts – the RCOG’s plan to reduce avoidable harm to babies in labour
From Nicky Lyon, Patient Representative on the Project Advisory Group and Alan Cameron, RCOG Vice President, Clinical Quality.
Management of Bladder Pain Syndrome (Green-top Guideline No. 70)
This guideline provides evidence-based information for primary and secondary care clinicians on the symptoms and treatment options for bladder pain syndrome (BPS) in women.
Unexplained infertility
Sometimes despite tests and investigations, doctors will not be able to work out why a couple is having difficulties getting pregnant. This is known as unexplained infertility. It is surprisingly common, affecting up to a quarter of couples with
Contact the NGA
Before contacting us, please check whether our FAQ page provides the information you need. NGA contact details Email: NGA-enquiries@rcog.org.uk Telephone: +44 20 7772 6334 Address: National Guideline AllianceRoyal College of
Part 2 MRCOG: syllabus
The Part 2 MRCOG exam assesses the application of your knowledge in clinical scenarios. This page summarises the syllabus, explaining what you’ll need to know for the Part 2 MRCOG exam. Part 2 MRCOG Capabilities in Practice (CiPs) and Knowledge

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