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Championing women’s human rights
Picture this: You are travelling home in a crowded train late on a Friday afternoon and come across a newspaper article that sends you choking with indignation over something that is happening several thousand miles away. Short of spilling your coffee
RCOG release: New report reveals wide variation in practice and outcomes among English maternity units
Wide variation in practice and outcomes exists across maternity units in England finds a new report published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
Reflect on a difficult communication episode
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘individual’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit.
Reflect on a difficult communications episode
When a feedback episode goes wrong, there is a tendency to ignore it as the trainer may fear being
Support for doctors
Information for doctors in difficulty, such as personal or health problems, difficult working relationships or problems with a certain part of their training programme or clinical practice.
If you’re experiencing problems, always contact your Clinical
Fellows' admission ceremony
Booking and attending your Fellowship admission ceremony
Upcoming Fellow admission ceremonies
Wednesday 25 March 2020 at 5pm (local time) – 2020 World Congress in Muscat, Oman
Friday 18 September 2020 (time TBC) – RCOG, Union Street, London
Women's Voices newsletter April 2017
Welcome to the latest edition of the newsletter and, as always, a particular welcome to new members.
Health of younger women
Contraception Priority Setting Partnership
Maternal Mental Health
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Teaching Hospital
Below is one of the case studies written by contributors to the Each Baby Counts project.
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Teaching Hospital: Introduction of a Bereavement Clinic and Intrapartum CTG Midwife – Each Baby Counts
Resources & support for trainees
RCOG resources designed to support and assist trainees throughout their O&G training programme
In this page:
Advice and support for trainees
College coat of arms and logo
The College’s coat of arms was designed to reflect the profession of obstetrics and gynaecology and its practitioners.
Coat of arms
The College was granted its coat of arms in 1931. It comprises the following
Reproductive healthcare results
The most recent figures on participation in clinical trials show that by end of third quarter 2016-17, Reproductive Health & Childbirth outperformed all other specialty areas in the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network
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