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RCOG statement on Cochrane Review on the timing of cord clamping
A new systematic review by the Cochrane Library published today (11 July 2013) shows that delayed cord clamping results in increased haemoglobin concentration and iron stores in babies. However, researchers also found that babies who had later cord
Attending Congress with babies and children
We want to make it as easy as possible for parents and carers to attend Congress so the RCOG has made the following provision for those delegates wishing to bring babies and children with them. General rules and guidance Babies under the age of 1yr are
Thematic analysis 1: Can all Each Baby Counts outcomes be avoided?
Each Baby Counts reviewers assessed the care of babies reported and considered that, in a number of instances, different care might not have changed the outcome. We do however acknowledge that there are still important lessons to be learned from these
Edna Adan Hospital: Senior Clinicians sought for training and mentoring in Somaliland
Disclaimer This is an advertisement for an opportunity that is neither organised nor endorsed by the RCOG. Always check UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) travel advice before committing to projects outside the UK. Please note that at the time of
Young people 'missing out' on parenthood
A survey of 1,000 young people from across the UK reveals worrying gaps in their knowledge of fertility and reproductive health, which experts believe may leave them ill equipped to choose when to have children, prevent unplanned pregnancy or take steps
Recognise the importance of human rights to improve healthcare for women
Women’s human rights need to be addressed globally in order to reduce maternal mortality and morbidity, says RCOG Vice President, Professor Lesley Regan, in her lecture today at the joint RCOG/RANZCOG World Congress in Brisbane, Australia. 
TEF Awards – Good practice 2018
RCOG education and training awards 2018: What can we learn from our top performing units? This is the second year that the RCOG has recognised the top training units in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the UK, based on trainee feedback via the training
Improving resilience
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘unit, trust and local education provider’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Improving resilience There is increasing interest in resilience and helping staff to develop resilience in the
Women’s fistula stories from Tanzania
RCOG Fellow and Chair of the RCOG Global Health Policy Advisory Committee, Professor Alison Fiander, took a 2 year career break to undertake training and subsequent practice in repair of obstetric fistulae in Sierra Leone and Tanzania, returning in
Send us your stories about human rights in women’s health
Following the RCOG’s event to mark International Women’s Day 2014, which focused on human rights awareness in women’s health, we’re inviting you to send us your stories to help improve human rights teaching globally. Please tell us about your encounters

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