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Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, Long-term Consequences (Green-top Guideline No. 33)
This guideline provides information based on clinical evidence about the long-term health consequences of PCOS.
Neonatal jaundice (NICE clinical guideline 98)
This guideline provides guidance regarding the recognition, assessment and treatment of neonatal jaundice. The advice is based on evidence where this is available and on consensus-based practice where it is not.
MRCOG Part 2 Masterclass
Cost: US $130
Timings: 08:30 - 12:30
This workshop will be very beneficial for candidates appearing for the MRCOG Part 2 examination in the near future and will give an overview of the Part 2 MRCOG examination The workshop
Why Obs and Gynae? by Suzy Duckworth
Each year, the RCOG invites foundation trainees to tell us why they’ve chosen a career in O&G for the Why Obs and Gynae? prize.
This is a submission from Suzy Duckworth, an FY2 doctor.
Why I chose a career in obstetrics/gynaecology
UK & Republic of Ireland: FAQs about the Direct Debit by instalment option
What date will my Direct Debit be taken?
Your RCOG membership fee is due by 31 January.
Therefore your 2021 membership subscription fee will be collected via Direct Debit on/around the below dates (depending on whether you choose to pay in a single
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).
Faculty development tiers
This page explains the different tiers in the RCOG’s Faculty Development Framework.
Faculty Development Framework – the tiers
A large part of education and training takes place in the workplace and all RCOG members are involved in clinical supervision,
2020 committee meeting dates
See Committee dates for 2021
Advanced Training Committee
Chief Executive Officer
Kate Lancaster was appointed CEO of The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists on 1 March 2019.
Her career to date spans large and complex healthcare organisations and systems and she is passionate about working to improve women’s health
Tim Draycott FRCOG
Statement for Vice Presidential election 2019
The RCOG is our professional society. In our 90th year, as we relocate to new premises, there are opportunities to improve care for women by improving the working lives and wellbeing of Obstetricians &
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