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Perinatal mortality disparities between public care and private obstetrician-led care: a propensity score analysis
Plain language summary from BJOG's Stillbirth themed issueRead the full study Background Babies born in Australian public hospitals tend to die more often than those born in private hospitals. Our aim was to determine whether this pattern is a
Fertility tests
There are a range of different tests which may be offered to try to identify the cause of fertility problems. Your GP or family doctor may carry out some tests to start with such as blood or sperm tests to rule out key issues, and they may refer you
Subspecialty training: introduction
Introduction to the subspecialty training programme in obstetrics and gynaecology Subspecialty training is a minimum 3-year training programme that comprises: A minimum of 2 years of clinical training 12 months of dedicated research The clinical
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
Future fertility should always be discussed with women of childbearing age who have gynaecological cancer say experts
Fertility sparing treatment should always be discussed with women with gynaecological cancer who wish to preserve their childbearing ability, says a new Scientific Impact paper published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Women at risk of inherited gynaecological cancers need swift identification
Women at risk of developing inherited gynaecological cancers should be identified as early as possible to ensure that they get the most appropriate treatment states a new opinion paper published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Obesity and smoking in pregnancy associated with higher risk of PCOS in daughters
Women who smoke and are obese during pregnancy are more likely to have daughters who develop polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) later in life, according to a large study published online in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Set up an MRCOG Examination and Education Centre
This page provides information about how to become an MRCOG exam centre. If you’re an exam candidate, or want to apply for the exam, please visit the MRCOG exams section of this site. About the MRCOG exam The RCOG’s membership exam (MRCOG) is the gold
OSATS, urogynaecology and vaginal surgery ATSM
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the ATSM in urogynaecology and vaginal surgery. You have to be competent in: Anterior repair Diagnostic cystourethroscopy (+ biopsy) Mid-urethral tape: retropubic or transobturator approach Posterior repair
Part 2 MRCOG: recommended reading
Recommended reading for candidates preparing for the Part 2 MRCOG exam, prepared by the RCOG’s Part 2 MRCOG Sub-committees. Books Obstetrics and Gynaecology – An evidence-based text for MRCOG (3rd edition, published 2016) David M Luesley, Mark D

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