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Women at risk of inherited gynaecological cancers need swift identification
Women at risk of developing inherited gynaecological cancers should be identified as early as possible to ensure that they get the most appropriate treatment states a new opinion paper published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Established-labour events
Cause identified in review Number of babies Difficult delivery (e.g. shoulder dystocia, second twin, unsuccessful instrumental delivery, difficult caesarean section) 37 Pathological fetal monitoring recognised and acted upon
Effects of conflict on women’s reproductive health: TOG review
Clinicians need to be sensitive and aware of the unique challenges of women’s reproductive health needs in times of conflict, suggests a new review published today in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG).
BJOG subscription information
The subscription structure for BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecoclogy, the College’s academic research journal.  BJOG is published 13 times a year. A themed issue is published in January in addition to the standard January
Part 3 MRCOG Clinical Assessment Sub-committee
Meeting dates 2020 Friday 6 March 2020 Thursday 2 April 2020 Wednesday 3 June 2020 Thursday 3 September 2020 Friday 27 November 2020   Remit Reporting mechanism The Part 3 MRCOG Clinical Assessment Sub-committee reports to the Examination and
Annual review of training – information for trainers
This page provides information for RCOG trainers to help them prepare for their trainees’ Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP). You may also find it useful to read the information for trainees about ARCPs: Introduction to the ARCP Advice on
Reproductive Outcomes after Local Treatment for Preinvasive Cervical Disease (Scientific Impact Paper No.21)
This Scientific Impact Paper attempts to present the current evidence and future research required, with particular focus on UK practice.
Ovarian Masses in Premenopausal Women, Management of Suspected (Green-top Guideline No. 62)
This guideline aims to assist clinicians with the initial assessment and appropriate management of suspected ovarian masses in premenopausal women.
Fellows and Members subscription structure
The 2020 subscription fee structure for RCOG Fellows and Members UK* and Republic of Ireland subscription rates   Standard fee  Direct debit* annual Direct debit* installments Practising within O&G £600 £600 £150 x
RCOG statement on the CMO’s letter to doctors on abortion services
The Chief Medical Officer (CMO) published a letter today updating doctors on some current issues relating to the provision of termination of pregnancy services. This letter can be found here.

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