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OSATS, maternal and fetal medicine
OSATS requirements for subspecialty training in maternal and fetal medicine
You have to be competent in:
Chorionic villus sampling
Chorionic villus sampling
Items under observation:
The Congress Committee is responsible for the organisation of the RCOG World Congress which takes place annually. The Congress is held for two consecutive years overseas and every third year it returns to the UK.
In international years much of
Gestational Trophoblastic Disease (Green-top Guideline No. 38)
This guideline describes the presentation, management, treatment and follow-up of gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD) and gestational trophoblastic neoplasia (GTN).
Essential information for attending Congress
Please read the below essential information for your attendance at 2019 RCOG World Congress.
Travel and directions
iPoster – pre-bookable screens
RCOG statement: multivitamin and mineral supplements in pregnancy
Multivitamin and mineral supplements for mums-to-be are unlikely to be needed by most pregnant women, suggests a new study published in the BMJ journal’s Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin. The review claims pregnant women should instead focus on improving
Non-RCOG international projects
Non-RCOG international projects in women's health
Title: The Postgraduate Fellowship (PGF) in Migrant and Refugee Health
Duration: The deployment would be a minimum of 7-10 days (2 days of teaching, 3 days of clinical
Transition to the New CPD Programme: FAQs
Drivers for change:
RCOG’s Tomorrow’s Specialist and Becoming Tomorrow’ Specialist
Introduction of revalidation by the GMC, which has emphasised the role of CPD
Ensuring that both UK and International Fellows,
Menopause: Time for change
Women need clear, evidence-based information to break through the conflicts of opinion and confusion about the menopause. This is all about informed choice.
RCOG release: Challenges of developing obstetric medicines discussed in SIP
The development of new drugs for use in obstetrics is long overdue. A Scientific Impact Paper (SIP) published today (13 May) by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) addresses the reasons for this and suggests ways that barriers
RCOG statement on the use of antibiotics in pregnancy
A paper published in PLOS (Public Library of Science) today suggests that the use of certain antibiotics (macrolides) in pregnancy are associated with an increased risk of cerebral palsy and/or epilepsy in childhood. However, the absolute risk was noted
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