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RCOG response to the Interim NHS People Plan
The Interim NHS People Plan, published today, sets out a vision for those working in the NHS to enable them to deliver commitments outlined in the Long Term Plan.
RCOG release: New paper outlines high quality standards needed when reconfiguring women’s services
The standards needed to provide high quality, safe health care when reconfiguring women’s services are laid out in a new paper published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG). 
RCOG strategy
The RCOG’s overarching aims and values, and our strategic plan for 2017–20. Aim, objectives and values Our aim is ‘to set standards to improve women’s health and the clinical practice of obstetrics and gynaecology in the British Isles and across the
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.
RCOG statement: NHS England publish Saving Babies’ Lives care bundle
Today NHS England publish Saving Babies’ Lives, a care bundle for reducing stillbirth. The care bundle is designed to provide further support for NHS maternity services in meeting the Government’s national ambition to halve the rates of stillbirth by
RCOG/FSRH respond to new regulations on abortion care in Northern Ireland
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare welcomes new regulations on abortion care in Northern Ireland but warns they fall short of ensuring safe care during COVID-19.
RCOG statement on NSPCC report on perinatal mental health
Today the NSPCC have published a report, Prevention in mind - All Babies Count: Spotlight on Perinatal Mental Health, as part of their All Babies Count campaign which aims to raise awareness of the importance of pregnancy and the first year of life to
Ultrasound from Conception to 10+0 Weeks of Gestation (Scientific Impact Paper No. 49)
This paper addresses the issues of ultrasound in the embryonic period. It will consider both medical and non-medical use of the commonly used ultrasound modes in the embryonic stage of human development (up to 10 weeks of gestation).
Stillbirth risk is doubled if pregnant women sleep on their backs in third trimester
New research published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology suggests that the risk of stillbirth is doubled if pregnant women sleep on their backs during the third trimester. 
ENTOG meeting report, Belgium 2010
The 20th European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ENTOG) meeting was held in Antwerp, Belgium. This year’s meeting, as is customary every other year, was held in conjunction with the EBCOG Congress. Antwerp lies on the river Scheld

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