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Abstract title: The title has a maximum word limit of 12 words and must be brief, informative and concise Special symbols and formatting should be used sparingly Tables and images cannot be included in your abstract Authors: Please enter your name and
Essential information for attending Congress
Please read the below essential information for your attendance at 2019 RCOG World Congress. Registration Name badges Travel and directions Congress app Catering iPoster presentations iPoster – pre-bookable screens Programme Live streaming/Overflow
Other activities and initiatives
Maternity workforce planning The RCOG sits on HEE’s Maternity Workforce Steering Group, Work Stream 5 of the Maternity Transformation Programme. HEE were tasked with delivering the vision set out in Better Births, this includes the provision of
Supporting a doctor in difficulty
Identifying and helping doctors in difficulty The majority of doctors will thrive within a supportive environment and transition safely and successfully back to work. A small number of individuals however, may find it more difficult. It is therefore
Planning a return to work
  Overview Before you return to work Other considerations     Return To Work Toolkit Trainees Consultants, SAS and Non-training doctors Supervisors Resources Developing a Return To Work course About this toolkit
Special considerations
Workplace Risk Assessments In special circumstances, such as sickness or pregnancy, it is a legal requirement for employers to  provide a Workplace Risk Assessment (Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999)2.  This should
Prizes and awards
Prize winners at 2019 RCOG World Congress Best overall oral presentation Andrea WoolnerFamilial predisposition to miscarriage: an intergenerational study of 31,565 mother-daughter pairs in Aberdeen, UK Best iPoster presentation Angharad
Clara’s story
Caroline Tully shares the story of her daughter Clara, who died shortly after birth. In March 2014, at 37+1, I went into labour with our first daughter Clara. My waters didn’t break but we waited until my contractions were 2 minutes apart before setting
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
ENTOG meeting report, Netherlands 2015
In 2015, the 25th ENTOG exchange took place in Utrecht, the Netherlands. The exchange took place over three working days in host hospitals all around the country and was the 3rd time that the ENTOG exchange has been hosted by the Netherlands since its

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