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Each Baby Counts
Women’s Voices members Michelle Hemmington and Nicky Lyon have sat on the project advisory group for the RCOG’s Each Baby Counts (EBC) project since it began. Michelle talks about their involvement and other work to improve safety in women and
SAS and LE Doctors
Information for Specialty and Associate Specialist (SAS) and Locally Employed Doctors (LED) working in obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G) General information about working in O&G The RCOG website contains a huge amount of general information about
Part 2 MRCOG: recommended reading
Recommended reading for candidates preparing for the Part 2 MRCOG exam, prepared by the RCOG’s Part 2 MRCOG Sub-committees. Books Obstetrics and Gynaecology – An evidence-based text for MRCOG (3rd edition, published 2016) David M Luesley, Mark D
RCOG statement on the announcement at the G8 Foreign Ministers’ meeting
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) commends the leadership of Foreign Secretary William Hague and his team at the G8 Summit. Today’s announcement to end the use of rape and sexual violence as a weapon of war is long overdue.
Diabetes (type 1 and type 2) in children and young people: diagnosis and management (NICE clinical guideline 9)
This guideline covers the diagnosis and management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes in children and young people aged under 18. The guideline recommends strict targets for blood glucose control to reduce the long-term risks associated with diabetes.
Foundation years
Academic Foundation Programme (AFP) - UK-wide Academic Foundation Programmes (AFPs) vary significantly between foundation schools but most have dedicated academic time during the second year of foundation training (F2). Trainees may have a four-month
Changing Role of the Gynaecologist in the Management of Women with Cancer (Scientific Impact Paper No. 10)
This Scientific Impact Paper has been archived.
Planning a return to work
  Overview Before you return to work Other considerations     Return To Work Toolkit Trainees Consultants, SAS and Non-training doctors Supervisors Resources Developing a Return To Work course About this toolkit
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
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. 

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