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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.
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Read BJOG online Fellows and Members Please note: you will need to be signed in to the RCOG website to access BJOG online. Non-members and individual
Ultrasound from Conception to 10+0 Weeks of Gestation (Scientific Impact Paper No. 49)
This paper addresses the issues of ultrasound in the embryonic period. It will consider both medical and non-medical use of the commonly used ultrasound modes in the embryonic stage of human development (up to 10 weeks of gestation).
Guidance for Obstetrics and Gynaecology training programme ARCPs in 2020
We have developed new guidance to support ARCPs during the COVID-19 pandemic. General principles Priority for those completing ST7 and trainees at critical progression points (ST2 and ST5).Panel meetings to take place remotely with TPD/Head of School
Sophie’s story
Sarah shares her daughter Sophie's story, in support of the Each Baby Counts project. My daughter Sophie was born in August 2010. Two hours after my labour began, a CTG trace showed no fetal movement. We later found out that the readings were
Changes to workplace-based assessments
As of 1 August 2014, the way workplace-based assessments (WPBAs) are delivered within the specialty training programme has changed.
Preimplantation genetic testing (PGT), formerly known as preimplanation genetic diagnosis (PGD)
People who have a serious inherited condition, which they might pass on to their children, can consider using IVF and preimplantation genetic testing. This involves checking whether the embryos are affected before they are
Officers’ update, November 2014
Paul Fogarty, Senior Vice President for Global Health, writes... On 24 October, we celebrated the first-year anniversary of the launch of the Global Health Strategy. It has been a busy 12 months of starting new projects and programmes of activity, all
3. What do the second messenger conversations look like in practice?
The key to having a positive ‘calling it out’ conversation is to have a structured and practiced approach that is calm, kind and compassionate, while remaining non-accusatory and non-judgemental. Remember the principles of this second messenger
Abortion care is healthcare
Safe abortion saves lives. Unsafe abortions are among the leading causes of maternal mortality and morbidity worldwide. The risk of dying from an unsafe abortion is highest for people in Africa, where nearly half of all abortions happen in potentially

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