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Why Obs and Gynae? by Suzy Duckworth
Each year, the RCOG invites foundation trainees to tell us why they’ve chosen a career in O&G for the Why Obs and Gynae? prize. This is a submission from Suzy Duckworth, an FY2 doctor.  Why I chose a career in obstetrics/gynaecology
RCOG, FSRH and RCGP respond to the Health and Social Care Committee sexual health report
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Royal College of General Practitioners respond to Sexual Health inquiry report by the Health and Social Care Committee published today.
About obstetric fistula
This page provides information about obstetric fistula, including stories from women who’ve been treated for fistula and the doctors who help prevent and treat the condition. Watch the video below to hear about the work of RCOG Fellows and Members who
Mentors for academic trainees
This page provides information about the mentors available for academic trainees in each medical school/university, as part of the RCOG’s mentorship scheme for academic trainees. The list is arranged A–Z by medical school/university. Click on the
Obituary: Julian Woolfson OBE LLM FRCOG
Written by Richard Warren Julian was a great friend, an accomplished physician and a true devotee to the Royal College. He was successful in all that he did; an expert in financial matters, in medical legal medicine and held a Master’s Degree in Law.
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:
Academic trainee representation at the RCOG
This page provides information about how academic trainees are represented at the RCOG. Academic Board The Academic Board promotes all aspects of academic O&G, including undergraduate and postgraduate training, recruitment into academic O&G and
2445 - Maternal Medicine Medical Complications in Pregnancy - Joint RCOGBMFMS - 2021
Maternal Medicine: Medical Complications in Pregnancy Maternal Medicine: Medical Complications in Pregnancy Two day ATSM course on Maternal Medicine for Trainees and consultants with lectures and workshops Maternal Medicine, ATSM, Maternal mortality,
Recommendations – neonatal involvement in reviews
   Recommendation All reviews of liveborn Each Baby Counts babies must involve neonatologists/neonatal nurses.   Neonatal reviewers indicated that the information contained in the local review relating to the neonatal care of the baby
Obituary: Charles Primrose Douglas
17/2/1921 – 23/8/2005 Charles Primrose Douglas was born on 17th February 1921. He was educated at Loretto School in Edinburgh. His preclinical education was in Cambridge at Peterhouse and then his clinical training was in Edinburgh, qualifying in 1943.

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