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New app launched to help treat babies with neonatal jaundice
Helping practitioners choose the safest management for a baby with neonatal jaundice is the aim behind a new app launched today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
RCOG statement on home birth paper in the Journal of Medical Ethics
A new paper published in the Journal of Medical Ethics looks at the decisions around choosing a home birth. 
Council précis, November 2017
Précis from the Council meeting which took place on 24 and 25 November 2017 Estate Members of Council and the Board of Trustees visited Union Street, the College’s new home from December 2019. They then took part in a workshop to discuss and prioritise
Ongoing shortages of HRT and contraceptives remain unacceptable
For the past year many women in the UK have been unable to access their hormone replacement therapy (HRT) due to ongoing manufacturing and supply issues, causing distress for clinicians, patients and pharmacists.
Diagnostic and Operative Hysteroscopy, December 2015
Many thanks for registering for the Diagnostic and Operative Hysteroscopy Conference between Tuesday 1 and Thursday 3 December 2015. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make
South Asia
Current projects in South Asia, as well as details of RCOG International Representative Committees and Liaison Groups in the region. You’ll also find information about volunteering opportunities, the work other people are doing overseas and how to get
Care in subsequent pregnancies following stillbirth: an international survey of parents
Plain language summary from BJOG's Stillbirth themed issueRead the full study   Study rationale and design More than two million babies are stillborn every year. Most parents will conceive again soon after having a stillborn baby. These
RCOG statement on new research on drinking during pregnancy
New research published in BMJ Open suggests evidence for the potentially harmful effects of light or occasional drinking in pregnancy is 'surprisingly limited', but women are still better off avoiding all alcohol while pregnant.
Provision of fistula services and programmes
This is one of the stories from the September 2012 issue of International News. Sohier Elneil, a consultant urogynaecologist at University College, London, discusses the planning for provision of fistula programmes in different countries in the
A letter from Sussex Place, June 2014
David Richmond, RCOG President, writes... I am now eight months into my role as President and it seems like yesterday, partly because of the sheer spectrum of issues but also it is simply the most stimulating and rewarding job I personally have ever

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