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RCOG strategy
The RCOG’s overarching aims and values, and our strategic goals for 2020-25. Mission statement 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 world’. We
Finley's story
Charlotte Smith shares the story of her son Finley, who died due to lack of oxygen to the brain during birth. We found out we were pregnant and expecting our 2nd baby in May 2017. We were completely overjoyed. It took us 4 years of trying and a round
RCOG hosts first Academic Reproductive Health Research Forum
The RCOG hosted its first Academic Reproductive Health Forum in London on Friday 6 April 2018, to determine how it can better support junior and senior academics. The event was attended by more than 70 UK clinical and non-clinical academics working in
Officers' update, November 2015
Professor Alan Cameron, Vice President for Clinical Quality, writes... Our junior doctors across England have voted unanimously to take industrial action in December. The strength of feeling is overwhelming and for the sake of our patients and our
A letter from Sussex Place, August 2014
Ian Currie, Vice President of UK Affairs writes... In this month’s Scanner, I am pleased to let you all know that very soon the RCOG will have a new website. At long last you might say! In fact, a great deal of behind-the-scenes work has been undertaken
FAQs from lead reporters
Answers to frequently asked questions from lead reporters about the Each Baby Counts project Frequently asked questions How long will it take me to fill in the form? How do I register to use the Each Baby Counts online reporting system? I’m struggling
Your rights in relation to automated decision-making and profiling
Your rights in relation to automated decision-making give you the right to ensure safeguards are in place. This is so we don’t make potentially damaging decisions about you without any human involvement. This is split into 2 sections: automated
How to register for subspecialty training
Subspecialty training programmes are advertised in the BMJ. If you wish to register for subspecialty training, you’ll need to apply directly to the Deaneries/Trusts as set out in the adverts. The RCOG doesn’t organise subspecialty training posts or
Save 10% on membership of the Royal Society of Medicine
We have negotiated a special membership offer for RCOG Fellows and Members to join the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) on special terms – saving up to £54. Who’s eligible? This offer is open to all RCOG Fellows, Members and Associates who are eligible
Knowledge Area 13 – Early pregnancy care
Capability in practice (CiP) 1: The doctor is able to apply medical knowledge, clinical skills and professional values for the provision of high-quality and safe patient-centred care 6: The doctor takes an active role in helping self and others to

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