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I feel that I have been bullied or undermined
Module 1 is designed for individuals who feel they have been on the receiving end of poor workplace behaviours, such as bullying or undermining. This is a very difficult thing to experience and you are not alone. 1. Is what I have experienced
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented change in the NHS. It has been remarkable to see the scale and pace of this change and the collective effort of staff to support it. Throughout the pandemic maternity services have continued to
For healthcare professionals: Useful tools and pathways
Resources for health professionals on domestic violence and FGM If you or someone else is in immediate danger, call 999 and ask for the police. Domestic Violence NICE Managing violence and aggression pathway RCM Domestic abuse care and support during
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
UK & Republic of Ireland: subscription payment
The annual subscriptions structure for UK* & Republic of Ireland RCOG Fellows and Members. *UK includes those resident in the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Gibraltar and HM British Armed Forces. Read the full subscription structure Fellows and
Induction and appraisal – information for trainers
Information for RCOG trainers preparing for induction and appraisal meetings. You may also find it useful to read the information for trainees about induction and appraisal.   Purpose and timing Appraisal is an important component of effective
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
Social media and email
The right for colleagues to be treated with respect and to be free from bullying, undermining and rudeness, extends across all forms of communication. The temptation when using ‘depersonalised’ forms of communication is that courtesy and respect can
The learning and legacy of Each Baby Counts
In this report, the Each Baby Counts project team presents findings from qualitative work exploring stakeholders’ reflections on the Each Baby Counts programme, with a focus on 4 main topics: 1. Drivers and aims of Each Baby Counts 2. Value and
Would different care have made a difference to the outcome?
In the event a reviewer indicates that there is sufficient information in the local review uploaded to the Each Baby Counts portal, they are advised to indicate whether, in their clinical opinion, different care might have made a difference to the

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