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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.
MRCOG Part 2: News and updates
News and updates on the MRCOG Part 2 exam MRCOG Part 2: September 2021 exam booking process and application timeline 13 July 2021 MRCOG Part 2: Submit an expression of interest for the September exam 7 May 2021 Queries and contact We are
Mood changes and depression
Information for women, their partners and families about mood changes and depression during menopause and later life. Mood changes The menopause can lead to changes in your mood, anxiety and lower energy. This is due to your body adjusting to the
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This RCOG patient information leaflet has now been archived.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
Fertility problems
A range of different issues can make it more difficult to get pregnant. Both men and women can have problems which affect their fertility, and sometimes both partners have difficulties.In some cases, it is not clear why a couple are not able to get
TOG release: Women at risk of developing postpartum psychosis need close monitoring, says new review
There are clear risk factors for postpartum psychosis that all women should be asked about antenatally to ensure early recognition and prompt treatment of the condition, says a new review published today in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG).
Core Curriculum: CiP 3
Capability in Practice 3: The doctor is a leader and follower who shares vision, engages and delivers results. This CiP is grouped under Professional Identity 1: Healthcare Professional.   Key Skills Descriptors Comfortable influencing
Breast Cancer, Pregnancy and (Green-top Guideline No. 12)
This guideline provides clinical guidance for all health professionals who care for women of childbearing age with a diagnosis or history of breast cancer.

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