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RCOG release: Scientific papers discuss efficacy of fertility add-on treatments
 Two new scientific opinion papers published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) call for more high quality research into the role of natural killer cells in fertility and the effect of endometrial scratching on
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
Group B streptococcus (GBS) infection in newborn babies
This patient information leaflet has been replaced by the newer leaflet "Group B Streptococcus in pregnancy and newborn babies"
Core Curriculum: CiP 14
Capability in Practice 14: The doctor takes an active role in implementing public health priorities for women and works within local, national and international structures to promote health and prevent disease. This CiP is grouped under Professional
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
Simultaneous emergencies
  The pattern of more than one emergency happening at once causing delay or deviation from standard practice was an emergent theme, particularly where more than one or two obstetric theatres were needed at once.   In the following instance,
RCOG statement: Prevalence of FGM in England and Wales
A new report published by City University London and Equality Now provides national and local estimates of the prevalence of female genital mutilation (FGM) in England and Wales.
Beta thalassaemia and pregnancy
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women who have beta thalassaemia and are pregnant or planning to have a baby.
Amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling
This RCOG patient information leaflet has now been archived. For up-to-date information on CVS and amniocentesis , please visit Public Health England’s Fetal anomaly screening website.
Getting ready for revalidation
This section of the site provides guidance for RCOG Fellows, Members and Trainees on how to prepare for revalidation. What can I be doing to get ready for revalidation? There are several things you should be doing to get ready for revalidation: Have

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