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European societies in obstetrics and gynaecology gather for information sharing in Glasgow
Knowledge and ideas from across Europe in the field of women’s health will be exchanged at the 23rd European Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, held on 7–10 May 2014 in Glasgow.
You must attend at least one of the mandatory meetings listed on this page in each 5-year CPD cycle. Your choice of mandatory meeting should be based on your area of specialisation.
In exceptional circumstances, if these meetings don’t meet your needs
Guidance for speakers
Frequently asked questions for anyone speaking at an RCOG event
How long is the presentation you have been asked to give?
A good practical rule is to allow no more than one PowerPoint slide per minute of your allotted time if
All the UK-based reports mentioned previously (see "Early retirement of UK doctors" and "Flexible working") indicated that burnout is a factor in early retirement. The term “burnout” first appeared in the USA. Defined as “a syndrome of emotional
The challenges of providing obstetric care during an Ebola epidemic
Obstetric interventions during an Ebola epidemic are deeply challenging say two new commentaries published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG).
Developing a Return to Work policy
For the purposes of patient safety, a clear, supportive process for those Returning to Work should be in place2.
The emphasis should also be on the doctor to ensure that they themselves feel ready to return to work.
Dame Josephine Barnes (1912–1999)
First woman to secure staff appointment at Charing Cross Hospital, London, 1954
First woman president of the British Medical Association, 1979
DBE in 1974
Royal Commission on Medical Education (Todd
Finance and General Purposes Committee (F&GP)
Members of F&GPC can download meeting papers here (please note you will need to be signed into the website).
13th March - starting at 1pm
Patterns of Benign Gynaecology Care report 2015-16
Report on benign gynaecology services in English NHS Hospital Trusts 2015-16
Benign gynaecology services make a fundamental contribution to NHS hospital services, with more than 700,000 inpatient episodes in England in 2015-16. The RCOG’s clinical
Representation working party
This page provides documents for the Representation Working Party.
Role descriptions for the International Council representatives:
America, Australisia and Pacific Rim
Europe and Central Asia
Middle East and North Africa
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