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Applying for subspecialty training centre recognition
Application criteria and process for RCOG recognition of subspecialist training centres Approval criteria for subspecialty training centres There are generic criteria for all subspecialty training centres, as well as specific criteria for each
Part 2 MRCOG: recommended reading
Recommended reading for candidates preparing for the Part 2 MRCOG exam, prepared by the RCOG’s Part 2 MRCOG Sub-committees. Books Obstetrics and Gynaecology – An evidence-based text for MRCOG (3rd edition, published 2016) David M Luesley, Mark D
RCOG educational roles and tier ratings
This page lists all current RCOG educational roles and their tier rating within the Faculty Development Framework. For more information about the different tiers, please visit the faculty development tiers page. Tier 1: Developing an interest in
Thank you
Thank you for entering your information and applying to be part of the RCOG Women’s Voices Involvement Panel. You will now be added onto the database for the Women’s Voices Involvement Panel and you will soon receive your first email newsletter with
Running regional education programmes – information for trainers
This page provides guidance on how to set up and manage a regional education programme in O&G. Who’s responsible? Deaneries working through their School Board are better placed than the College to organise a regional education programme of
Preventing unintended pregnancies reduces unsafe abortion
Ensure contraception access for all Unplanned pregnancies can be reduced by ensuring that everyone, including men and boys, are educated and equipped to avoid them. This can be achieved by ensuring they have access to a choice of contraception,
Executive summary
Each Baby Counts is a national quality improvement programme led by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) to reduce the number of babies who die or are left severely disabled as a result of incidents occurring during term
The learning and legacy of Each Baby Counts
The aim of this chapter is to present findings from qualitative work exploring stakeholders’ reflections on the Each Baby Counts programme, with a particular focus on the impact of the work to date as well as a consideration of the next steps in the
Foreword from Edward Morris, RCOG President Each Baby Counts launched in 2014 with a clear ambition to reduce stillbirths, neonatal deaths and brain injuries as a result of incidents occurring during term labour. This was an enormous undertaking in
Professor Bissallah Ekele, Nigeria
Professor Bissallah Ekele became Fellow ad eundem at the September 2015 Fellowship ceremony in London, England. Professor Bissallah Ekele is Professor and Chair for the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Abuja. Professor Ekele

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