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RCOG eLearning resource on reducing undermining and bullying freely available
An eLearning resource designed to help doctors tackle undermining and bullying behaviour in obstetrics and gynaecology units has now been made freely available to all health professionals across the NHS.
IWD 2020 – Reference list
Reference list for the RCOG's event International Women’s Day – "We need to talk about race", held on 6 March 2020 UK 1 Ali N, Burchett H. Experiences of maternity services: Muslim women's perspectives.   London: Maternity Alliance. 2004. Copy
FAQs for UK hospitals
Answers to frequently asked questions for UK hospitals providing a placement for a MTI doctor How does the MTI process work? Does the RCOG undertake background checks, police record checks etc? Does the RCOG interview the doctor? We need a doctor
Revalidation – How do I know my doctor is up to date?
This patient information leaflet provides information about the revalidation of doctors.
Sickle cell disease and pregnancy
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women who have sickle cell disease and are pregnant or are thinking about having a baby.
RCOG statement: Mexico City Policy
The core purpose of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is to improve women’s health and the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology worldwide. We are extremely concerned at the reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy, which bans
RCOG release: New Green-top Guidelines App ready to download today
Clinical guidelines in women’s health are now available through a new App launched today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), making it the first royal college to launch such an App.
New SIP examines treatment options for chronic pelvic pain
When assessing and planning treatment for women with chronic pelvic pain, a condition affecting more than one million women in the UK, the key role of the central nervous system must be considered, suggests a new Scientific Impact Paper (SIP) published
Course syllabus for high risk pregnancy ATSM
The high risk pregnancy ATSM course syllabus below lists the minimum requirements for a course to be suitable for the theoretical component of this module. The course should last 1 day. Any times given or descriptions of activities within a course are
College role (RCOG and RCM)
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘strategic’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. College role (RCOG and RCM) Much inappropriate workplace behaviour relates to legally protected diversity characteristics, such as ethnicity,

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