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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
Maternity Emergencies update training files
1. Information for Trainers Information for Trainers - Maternity Emergencies Update Training Package 2. Introduction including COVID-19 & Teamworking Introduction & Teamwork - March 2020 (with links) 3. What's New in your Unit - Local
DRCOG dates and venues
Details of where and when you can sit the DRCOG exam, and dates for applications Exam dates DRCOG exam: Saturday 2 October 2021 Venues: Pearson VUE test centres across the UK and ROI – please see further information on our move to computer-based
Journal list (print)
There are 6 honorary Officers, who each serve for a maximum of 3 years. The President, for the first time, was elected in 2019 by Fellows and Members in the UK and Ireland. The 5 Vice Presidents are elected by RCOG Council. President Edward Morris Mr
Education and training in the context of COVID-19
We understand that many trainees are concerned about the potential impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their training and progression through the programme. The RCOG has been working with the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC), Health Education
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
MRCOG Part 2: September 2021 exam booking process and application timeline
13 July 2021 Booking process There are 3 stages to the booking process for the September 2021 exam: Expression of Interest Booking a country location (via booking tokens) Booking a Pearson VUE centre Full details for deferred candidates and new
RCOG responds to study by Oxford University linking HRT to breast cancer
A new study published by The BMJ suggests new estimates of the risks of breast cancer associated with use of different hormone replacement therapy (HRT) preparations in the UK.  
Reproductive Outcomes after Local Treatment for Preinvasive Cervical Disease (Scientific Impact Paper No.21)
This Scientific Impact Paper attempts to present the current evidence and future research required, with particular focus on UK practice.

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