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Policy update, March 2017
This is your monthly round-up of recent national health policy developments for 10 February to 10 March If you have any comments or if there is anything else you would like to see in the round-up please contact us at: policy@rcog.org.uk News/
A letter from Sussex Place, July 2013
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes... I must first pay tribute this month to all those who were involved in the delivery of the RCOG 2013 World Congress in Liverpool. I promised that it would be an excellent event and it certainly came up to the
Presenting Information on Risk (Clinical Governance Advice No. 7)
This document provides advice on how to communicate risk to patients.
RCOG policy briefing: UN International Day for the Abolition of Slavery and the Modern Slavery Act
Wednesday 2 December 2015 is the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery. The Government has produced support materials for healthcare professionals who may come into contact with potential victims of human trafficking.
Blood transfusion, pregnancy and birth
This patient information tells you about having a blood transfusion when pregnant or shortly after you give birth.
Workplace behaviours project: development and background
This page provides some background to our improving workplace behaviours project. September 2013 In September 2013, the RCOG and RCM issued a joint statement on undermining (PDF, 885 kb), which has received positive feedback. This was last
New RCOG website launched
Today, the RCOG launches its new website, with a fresh new design and several new features.
Effects of caesarean section on future fertility are minimal, suggest researchers
Birth by caesarean section is unlikely to cause problems with future fertility, say researchers from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, in a new study published today in
RCOG statement: Lancet study examining the effect of maternal exposure to air pollution on birth weight
A study published today in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, examines the effect of maternal exposure to low concentrations of ambient air pollution on birth weight, as ambient air pollution has previously been associated with restricted fetal growth.
Policy update, June 2017
This is your monthly round-up of recent national health policy developments for 12 May to 9 June. If you have any comments or if there is anything else you would like to see in the round-up please contact us at policy@rcog.org.uk General Election

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