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Learn about the role of the RCOG, our work, our members, and how you can get involved
Course syllabus for labour ward lead (2018) ATSM
The Labour Ward Lead (2018) ATSM course syllabus below lists the minimum requirements for a course to be suitable for the theoretical component of this module. The course should last 1 day. Any times given or descriptions of activities within a course
Summary of recommendations and actions
Summary of the recommendations made in individual reports, outlining actions that have or will be taken and by whom.   Subspecialty training Recommendations Action Responsibility To liaise with the GMC regarding SST’s who are OOP not
Your pelvic floor
Information about your pelvic floor and how to do pelvic exercises What is my pelvic floor? The pelvic floor is made up of layers of muscles which support the bladder, bowel and uterus. Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles will help with
Overview
Where possible, you should prepare for an absence from work, particularly when it is known in advance, e.g. parental leave and inform the relevant bodies (see Box 1) as early as you can - at least 3 months is recommended. In particular, you should
CPD FAQs: non-RCOG members and non-UK participants
This page provides answers to CPD FAQs from non-RCOG members and non-UK participants: RCOG Fellows and Members practising outside the UK Non-members of the RCOG RCOG Fellows and Members practising outside the UK I practise outside the UK but wish to
Achievements of the RCOG
Throughout its history, the College has worked to improve women’s health care both in the UK and worldwide. This page lists some of the RCOG’s main achievements. 1929: The College was a pioneer in medical training by insisting that the right to hold
Maternal and Fetal Medicine subspecialty training
Subspecialty training in Maternal and Fetal Medicine, including the curriculum and assessments   Maternal and Fetal Medicine curriculum – October 2019 Maternal and Fetal Medicine – Definitive Document (PDF 1.9mb) This is the Definitive Document
Non-invasive Prenatal Testing for Chromosomal Abnormality using Maternal Plasma DNA (Scientific Impact Paper No. 15)
This paper summarises current evidence and issues surrounding non-invasive prenatal testing, with particular emphasis on the detection of chromosomal abnormalities.
Surgical Anatomy of the Female Pelvis July 2017
Many thanks for registering for the Surgical Anatomy of the Female Pelvis course on 11 July 2017. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My profile’ are

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