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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
Workforce planning – RCOG census
The RCOG carried out an annual census to assist with workforce planning. From this page you can download the reports from these censuses.   2014/15 RCOG census 2013 2013 RCOG census for O&G workforce statistics by deanery and by country (PDF,
Early view
TOG articles are now published online ahead of print. As soon as a TOG article is accepted, it goes straight into the 8-week production cycle and is published online as an ‘early view’ article before being assigned to an issue. Articles are subsequently
Obtaining Valid Consent to Participate in Perinatal Research Where Consent is Time Critical
This document provides a good practice framework for obtaining consent for participation in research during labour or immediately postpartum.
Obituary: Gordon Cumming
1910–2005 Allan Gordon Cumming, CNZM, QSO, MBChB, FRCOG, FRANZCOG, who died aged 94, was born in Dunedin on 1 July 1910. He was a distinguished and much-loved doctor, a leading citizen, and a wonderful family man and friend. Gordon was educated at Otago
Obituary: Mohamed Yusoff Dawood
M.B., Ch.B., M.D., M.MED. FRCOG, FACS, FACOG1943–2008 Dr. Mohamed Yusoff Dawood was born on September 13, 1943, in Singapore. One of six children, he was the third child of Sheikh Dawood bin Ebrahmshah and Fatimah binte Mohammed Hussain. As a student
Obituary: Charles Primrose Douglas
17/2/1921 – 23/8/2005 Charles Primrose Douglas was born on 17th February 1921. He was educated at Loretto School in Edinburgh. His preclinical education was in Cambridge at Peterhouse and then his clinical training was in Edinburgh, qualifying in 1943.
Obituary: John Geoffrey Dumoulin MBE
Given at the January 2008 meeting of the Council of the RCOG John Geoffrey Dumoulin (Jack) was born in Ferriby near Hull in 1919. After school at Malvern College, he studied medicine at St Thomas's Hospital and qualified in October 1942. There were two
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
Obituary: Tom Lewis
 On 27 May 1918 the Germans launched one of their most ferocious attacks on allied troops at the third battle of the Aisne. Over four million shells were fired with enormous effect and high mortality. On that same day Thomas Loftus Townshend Lewis

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