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Core module 19: Developing professionalism
The developing professionalism core module will help you understand the skills and qualities required to be become a consultant and to develop the communication, team working and team leadership skills required. Available resources A list of all RCOG
Non-RCOG international projects
Non-RCOG international projects in women's health Doctors Worldwide Title: The Postgraduate Fellowship (PGF) in Migrant and Refugee Health Duration: The deployment would be a minimum of 7-10 days (2 days of teaching, 3 days of clinical
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
RCOG statement on Endometriosis Awareness Week
This week marks Endometriosis Awareness Week (3–9 March 2014), promoting a greater awareness and understanding of endometriosis.
Subspecialty training: introduction
Introduction to the subspecialty training programme in obstetrics and gynaecology Subspecialty training is a minimum 3-year training programme that comprises: A minimum of 2 years of clinical training 12 months of dedicated research The clinical
RCOG statement on the CMO’s letter to doctors on abortion services
The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) published a letter today updating doctors on some current issues relating to the provision of termination of pregnancy services. This letter can be found here.
National Sentinel Caesarean Section Audit
Aims This was the first national survey of the caesarean section rate in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, providing information about the range and determinants of the caesarean section rate with comparative data (by country, region and maternity
Assessment of Training (AoT)
Important update From August 2019, the Assessment of Training (AoT) will be a requirement for entry to the Part 3 MRCOG exam. Candidates will no longer need to complete AoT before taking the Part 2 MRCOG exam. Before applying for the Part 3 MRCOG exam
Thrombosis and Embolism during Pregnancy and the Puerperium, Reducing the Risk (Green-top Guideline No. 37a)
This guideline provides advice on the prevention of venous thromboembolism (VTE) during pregnancy and birth and following delivery.
Curriculum
Everything you need to know about the obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G) training curriculum    The RCOG curriculum is approved by the General Medical Council (GMC). Core Capabilities in Practice (Core Curriculum) ATSMs: Advanced

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