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SAS and Trust Advisory Group
The SAS Advisory Group represents SAS and Trust doctors within the RCOG. Dr Laura Hipple, RCOG National SAS & Trust Lead/Chair Appointed in April 2018, and representing SAS/Trust doctors on RCOG Council. Laura graduated from the University of
Epigenetics and Reproductive Medicine (Scientific Impact Paper No. 57)
This Scientific Impact Paper summarises current viewpoints on our understanding of epigenetics and the relevance of these findings to reproductive medicine.
Stepping forward
I was very privileged to preside over last Friday’s admissions ceremony where we welcomed our new fellows. It was a special occasion, made more special by the august company present that day. To an outsider, being made a fellow of a royal medical

Details of the high vigilance restriction period regarding vaginal mesh announced by NHS Improvement and NHS England on 10 July 2018.
Simultaneous emergencies
  The pattern of more than one emergency happening at once causing delay or deviation from standard practice was an emergent theme, particularly where more than one or two obstetric theatres were needed at once.   In the following instance,
Vaginal Surgery for Prolapse (Consent Advice No. 5)
This paper provides advice for clinicians in obtaining the consent of women undergoing vaginal surgery for prolapse.
Part 3 MRCOG exam
Everything you need to know about the Part 3 MRCOG exam If you're an exam candidate, please check this section of the website regularly to keep up to date. COVID-19 – Part 3 May 2020 exam postponed The RCOG has taken the difficult decision to postpone
RCOG policy briefing: Changes to clinical reference group in complex obstetrics
NHS England has announced that the Clinical Reference Group (CRG) in Complex Obstetrics within the Women and Children National Programme of Care will now come under collaborative commissioning.   
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
Working in Britain for non-UK doctors
Information for non-UK doctors who want to work or train in the UK This page provides general information about working and training in Britain for non-UK doctors. This section of the site also contains specific information for: EEA doctors Non-EEA

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