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Chief Executive Officer
Kate Lancaster was appointed CEO of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists on 1 March 2019. Her career to date spans large and complex healthcare organisations and systems and she is passionate about working to improve women’s health
Dealing with conflict
Conflict can arise when we are being asked to act outside of our own core values, or when our core values and needs are at odds with each other.  Feelings of conflict can sometimes be expressed in negative and unhelpful behaviours – defensiveness,
Mentoring and support for trainees
Entering a specialist training programme in the specialty you wish to work in for the rest of your career is an incredibly exciting time. However, you may be unsure where to go for help and support when you need it (as we all do), especially if you’ve
Malaysia IRC Chair Election April 2021
Fellows and Members of Malaysia Elections are being held for the new IRC Chair for Malaysia. Candidates who wish to stand for the position of Chair should be active Fellows who have served on the Malaysia IRC Committee for at least one term. The process
RCOG policy briefing: Maternal health project
The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (RCPSG), Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE) and other partners were involved in a project aimed at preventing maternal
Obituary: Nawal Afifi
Nawal Afifi, retired consultant obstetrician &gynaecologist at Umm Al Quwain Hospital, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Born in Cairo 12th of June 1929. Died on 13th February 2018 at her home in Cairo. Graduated from Cairo University 1953 MB.CH.B, DGO
Reminiscence Event: Steptoe and Edwards 40th Anniversary Lecture
September 2019 marks the 90th anniversary of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. There have been many advances in women’s health care during this time including the development, introduction and subsequent success of in-vitro
‘Eating for two’ pregnancy myth still risks harming mothers and their babies
Information for women about how much they should eat during pregnancy is still not reaching many families, potentially putting the health of pregnant women and their unborn babies at risk. 
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
Essential Skills in Perinatal Mental Health for Maternity Staff Masterclass
Fee: £150 incl VATSunday 16 June 0900–1300Max capacity 24 This Workshop aims to develop essential knowledge and skills in the management of mental health conditions during pregnancy, labour and postnatal period and acknowledging the vital role of the

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