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I have been accused of bullying or undermining
Module 3 is designed to support and guide those who have been accused of poor workplace behaviours, such as bullying or undermining. Most of us don’t realise when our behaviour is perceived in this way and it can be a very difficult thing to hear. This
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
Virtual ENTOG Council meeting, May 2020
Background European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ENTOG) aims to harmonise O&G training in Europe and provide unique collaborative opportunities for trainees to exchange knowledge and experiences with peers across Europe. Due
1. Maintain and increase the flexibility of O&G training programme
  Currently, if a trainee leaves the specialty programme, or works part-time, their post cannot be replaced.   Recruitment in England is currently only allowed at ST1 level and doctors taking up these posts must have worked in O&G for less
2. Increased support for specialty doctors (SAS, Staff grade, Trust, etc.)
  There is currently a large workforce of doctors who are not on training schemes or in consultant positions but who provide an invaluable service to O&G departments.   It is important to have middle-grade posts that are not dependent on
Case studies and tips for lead reporters
Local Lead Reporters write their experiences of reporting Each Baby Counts cases Sands Midwifery FellowSupport to improve the quality of local investigations Cheshire and Merseyside Maternity, Children and Young People Strategic Clinical NetworkShared
Obituary: Sr Dr Maura Lynch (1938 - 2017)
After a lifetime devoted to the care of people in Africa, Sr Dr Maura Lynch (UCD Medicine 1964) acquired the Ugandan name ‘Nakimuli’ meaning ‘Beautiful Flower’. She returned to Dublin to train as a surgeon after twenty years of missionary medical care
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
Supporting our doctors triage
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3.4 Genomics in reproductive medicine
These resources have been reviewed by a panel of consultants and trainees. Quotes have been provided by this panel.   3.4.1 Genomics and genome editing: What every reproductive medicine specialist needs to know Video 28min lecture The first

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