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Working together to handle personal data safely, respectfully and lawfully The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (the College) is a Data Controller for much of the personal information we collect and use. This includes current, past and
RCOG responds to revised NHS coronavirus guidelines around pregnancy
RCOG responds to revised coronavirus guidelines released by the NHS allowing pregnant women to have their partner present during scans, labour and birth.
Bleeding and/or pain in early pregnancy
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women on bleeding and/or pain in early pregnancy.
Sister Mandy Saambou
Sister Mandy Saambou, Leading Safe Choices Mentor in postpartum family planning, shares her experience of working in the Western Cape, South Africa. I am one of the first Leading Safe Choices mentors in postpartum family planning. I started at Mitchells
Genital herpes in pregnancy
This patient information leaflet provides advice about genital herpes in pregnancy, including treatment options and what it may mean for your baby.
ATSM regulations
The RCOG’s regulations on ATSMs Generic National training number (NTN) holders, doctors occupying LAT posts (ST6/7 equivalent) and non-training grades (SAS doctors and consultants) can apply for ATSMs. NTN holders will be given priority for ATSM
Workplace Behaviour Champions
Contact details for our Workplace Behaviour Champions The Workplace Behaviour Champions are part of our improving workplace behaviours project to address undermining and bullying behaviour in the workplace. To find out more about their role, please read
Maternity audit publishes report to help NHS services deliver improvements
The National Maternity and Perinatal Audit (NMPA) today publishes a major clinical report that identifies areas of good practice and opportunities for improvement in the care of women and babies in maternity services across Britain.
Obituary: James Mowat
Consultant obstetrician at the Royal Maternity Hospital Rotten Row, Glasgow, and Rutherglen maternity hospital, and gynaecologist at the Victoria infirmary Glasgow. b 1937; q Edinburgh 1961; FRCOG; FRCS(Edin): FRCPS(Glasg):d 27.4.2020, from
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

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