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Chief Executive Officer
Kate Lancaster was appointed CEO of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists on 1 March 2019. Kate is a highly experienced healthcare leader. Her career to date spans large and complex healthcare organisations and systems, including Board
A letter from Sussex Place, February 2012
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, explores the differences between the Royal Medical Colleges and the trade unions… A trade union is an organisation of workers that have come together to achieve common goals, such as better conditions in the workplace.
Laparoscopic Urogynaecology 2015
Many thanks for registering for the Laparoscopic Urogynaecology Course on 13 February 2015. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My profile’ are
Christmas letter 2015
Dr David Richmond, President of the RCOG, writes... This year has been both rewarding and challenging for the RCOG. The principles of always putting the patient first, continually promoting a culture of zero harm, and improving patient safety need to
Valproate not to be prescribed without a pregnancy prevention programme
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has today announced that valproate medicines – used to treat epilepsy and bipolar disorder – must no longer be prescribed to women of child bearing age unless she is on a pregnancy
FAQs from women and the public
Answers to questions put to the College by women and their carers These FAQs are mostly helpful for those living in the UK.  We've divided the FAQs into 3 sections for ease of use:   FAQs about the RCOG and doctors in O&G What does the
BPS delegate email template
Copy and paste the content of this page into an email and send it to all your registered delegates 2-3 weeks before the event date. Dear Delegate, Thank you for registering to attend the Basic Practical Skills Course (BPS) taking place on [DATE], at
Part 2 MRCOG: recommended reading
Recommended reading for candidates preparing for the Part 2 MRCOG exam, prepared by the RCOG’s Part 2 MRCOG Sub-committees. Books Obstetrics and Gynaecology – An evidence-based text for MRCOG (3rd edition, published 2016) David M Luesley, Mark D
Become a Topic Adviser for update of the NICE guideline on Meningitis (bacterial) and meningococcal septicaemia
The National Guideline Alliance (NGA) has been commissioned by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) to update its existing guideline on Meningitis (bacterial) and meningococcal septicaemia. As part of this commission there is an
NICE Guideline: Intrapartum Care for High Risk Women
NICE is developing a new guideline on Intrapartum care for high risk women. If you would like to register your organisation as a stakeholder for this guideline, or any other NICE topics, please complete the registration form on the NICE website.

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