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Why Obs and Gynae? by Naila Khan
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 Naila Khan, an FY2 at Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s Hospital, Kent.  Why obs and
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
RCOG strategy
The RCOG’s overarching aims and values, and our strategic plan for 2017–20. Aim, objectives and values Our aim is ‘to set standards to improve women’s health and the clinical practice of obstetrics and gynaecology in the British Isles and across the
Updated advice for pregnant women working in the NHS and other settings during coronavirus outbreak
 Pregnant women’s choices on whether they work in direct patient-facing roles during the coronavirus pandemic should be respected and supported by their employers, according to updated national guidance from the Royal College of Obstetricians
Updated advice for pregnant healthcare workers and employers during the coronavirus outbreak
Updated advice for pregnant healthcare workers and employers during coronavirus outbreak has been published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the Royal College of Midwives, and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child
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. MRCOG Part 3 November 2020 exam In response to the ongoing global pandemic, the RCOG has taken
Presenting Information on Risk (Clinical Governance Advice No. 7)
This document provides advice on how to communicate risk to patients.
Abdominal hysterectomy
This information is for you if you are about to have, or you are recovering from, an abdominal hysterectomy – an operation to remove your uterus (womb) through a cut in your tummy.
Diagnostic Laparoscopy (Consent Advice No. 2)
This paper provides advice for clinicians in obtaining the consent of a woman undergoing diagnostic laparoscopy.
Workplace and workforce issues
Information and resources to support doctors in the workplace Read our report on the impact of the redeployment of maternity staff during COVID-19   O&G Workforce reports O&G Workforce status report 2018 Read the O&G Workforce

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