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CPD FAQs: non-RCOG members and non-UK participants
This page provides answers to CPD FAQs from non-RCOG members and non-UK participants: RCOG Fellows and Members practising outside the UK Non-members of the RCOG RCOG Fellows and Members practising outside the UK I practise outside the UK but wish to
Achievements of the RCOG
Throughout its history, the College has worked to improve women’s health care both in the UK and worldwide. This page lists some of the RCOG’s main achievements. 1929: The College was a pioneer in medical training by insisting that the right to hold
Surgical Anatomy of the Female Pelvis July 2017
Many thanks for registering for the Surgical Anatomy of the Female Pelvis course on 11 July 2017. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My profile’ are
ATSM: Vulval disease
The vulval disease ATSM will provide you with training in all aspects of vulval disease and equip you to develop this aspect of care in your future practice. It will also be useful if you wish to work in community-based gynaecology or provide a
Welcome from Eddie Morris, RCOG President
Using digital technology to revolutionise services for our members Digital transformation has been a key ambition of my presidency. Our primary goal for this programme is to make best use of digital technology to deliver first class services for our
FSRH and specialist societies
The Faculty of Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) and specialist societies represent specific areas of practice within O&G. The RCOG works with the FSRH and specialist societies to support clinicians across the whole of the specialty.
Womb transplants offer much hope, but remain an experimental procedure
Successful births following womb transplants are a major advance for women without a functioning uterus, but a group of doctors warn the procedure remains experimental and success of the practice still requires further strictly controlled
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
Invitation to tender: Recruit and facilitate groups of children who have different experiences of healthcare services
The National Guideline Alliance (NGA) of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is inviting contractors to respond to an invitation to tender. The work to be delivered under the terms of this tender will be to involve children and
RCOG statement: NHS England maternity ratings
NHS England has published new ratings on maternity, highlighting where areas are performing really well, but also helping to identify where improvements can be made.

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