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2332 - Female Pelvic Anatomy Revised and Applied 2020
Female Pelvic Anatomy: Revised and Applied Female Pelvic Anatomy: Revised and Applied Anatomy, Dissecting, Cadavers 53bae198-b355-4aee-81b9-0785aeda520d 1 Overview 1 In the same manner that we consider ourselves safe drivers, yet probably
Advice for CPD providers
This page provides guidance for organisations that arrange meetings and courses which may be of interest to participants in the RCOG’s CPD programme. The RCOG doesn’t accredit meetings and courses for continuing medical education (CME) or continuing
RCOG statement on the announcement at the G8 Foreign Ministers’ meeting
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) commends the leadership of Foreign Secretary William Hague and his team at the G8 Summit. Today’s announcement to end the use of rape and sexual violence as a weapon of war is long overdue.
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The Each Baby Counts assessors have concluded that in 24% of Each Baby Counts babies, different care might not have made a difference to the outcome. In such circumstances, maternity teams must ensure a robust, thorough, open and honest review is
Officers' update, July 2015
Dr Clare McKenzie, Vice President for Education, writes... It has been a very busy time at RCOG. As you will be aware the RCOG Council has recommended change to the process for election of the position of President, and the President is arranging a
Use critical/assertive language
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘departmental’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Use critical/assertive language Obedience literature suggests that submission to authority occurs within hierarchies and when individuals are
Sponsorship and Exhibition
Reasons for your organisation to support and join the World Congress: The RCOG World Congress is one of the largest international events in obstetrics and gynaecology, it will attract delegates from the Middle East, Asia, UK, Africa and from across the
‘Eating for two’ pregnancy myth still risks harming mothers and their babies
Information for women about how much they should eat during pregnancy is still not reaching many families, potentially putting the health of pregnant women and their unborn babies at risk. 
Previous versions of the Core Curriculum
Details for previous versions of the core curriculum: Core curriculum pre-August 2019 Core curriculum pre-August 2016 (PDF 4.0mb) Core curriculum pre-August 2013 Specialty education and training pre-2007  

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