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RCOG statement on the National Audit Office report on maternity services in England
The National Audit Office (NAO) today released a report on the state of maternity services in England, looking at changes in maternity care since the implementation of the Department of Health’s Maternity Matters strategy in 2007.
Guidance notes for job applicants
Guidance on submitting applications, the shortlisting process and interviews
Please read these guidance notes carefully before submitting your application. This guidance is intended to help you participate in our recruitment process as effectively as
Guidelines and guidance on aspects of training
Less than full-time training (LTFT)
The less than full-time training guidelines provide everything you need to know about less than full-time (LTFT) training:
Links to useful
Many clinics will offer a range of additional treatments which may be available at extra cost.
These are often fairly new, and there may be limited evidence that they can make a difference to treatment outcomes.
It is important to be informed about the
Obituary: Edmund Steven Howarth
Ed Howarth, Consultant in Fetal Maternal Medicine at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust, died on August 6, 2010 aged 47 from complications following a bone marrow transplant as part of treatment for lymphoma.
Ed was born in Belfast and moved
Maternal and Fetal Medicine subspecialty training
Subspecialty training in Maternal and Fetal Medicine, including the curriculum and assessments
Maternal and Fetal Medicine curriculum – October 2019
Maternal and Fetal Medicine – Definitive Document (PDF 1.9mb)
This is the Definitive Document
Core Curriculum: CiP 14
Capability in Practice 14: The doctor takes an active role in implementing public health priorities for women and works within local, national and international structures to promote health and prevent disease.
This CiP is grouped under Professional
RCOG’s Leading Safe Choices programme improves contraception uptake
Postpartum family planning counselling and contraception improves health outcomes for women and their families.
Indicators are statistics that can describe clinical performance. They can be used for identifying possible problems and opportunities for improvement, informing policymaking and comparative benchmarking.
A number of national initiatives
Part 3 MRCOG Clinical Assessment Sub-committee
Friday 6 March 2020
Thursday 2 April 2020
Wednesday 3 June 2020
Thursday 3 September 2020
Friday 27 November 2020
The Part 3 MRCOG Clinical Assessment Sub-committee reports to the Examination and
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