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Be clear about expected attitudes and behaviours
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘departmental’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Be clear about expected attitudes and behaviours Decide what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable behaviour, as everyone has different
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Thank you for completing a reference form for a 2016 MTI candidate. We may contact you via email to verify the statements you have submitted for the trainee. If you have any queries about the MTI scheme, please contact mti@rcog.org.uk. 
Advanced Communication Skills Supporting Patients and Doctors
Fee: £150 incl VATSunday 16 June 1400–1800Max capacity 20 This is an exciting interactive workshop run by established Obstetrics and Gynaecology NHS consultants. Through discussions, videos and role-plays we will help you develop your skills and
Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) or premature menopause
The average age for someone to go through the menopause, when they stop producing eggs, is about 51. However, it can happen much earlier, including when someone is still in their teens, 20s or 30s. This is known as premature ovarian insufficiency or
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  Thank you for entering your information and applying for the role on the RCOG Trainees' Committee.   Contact us Should you have any queries, please contact the Advanced Training Coordinator at subspecialtytraining@rcog.org.uk.  
RCOG World Congress: Eddie Morris
HRT: The big picture, by Eddie Morris, Chair of the British Menopause Society and Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Norwich University Hospital 
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
Recruitment and selection of staff
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘unit, trust and local education provider’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Recruitment and selection of staff with appropriate attitudes to undermining and bullying Values-based recruitment
Surgical care for female urinary incontinence
The surgical care for female urinary incontinence project is led by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR). The aim of the project is to improve the delivery and organisation
Revalidation for SAS doctors
This page provides information about revalidation for staff and associate specialist (SAS) doctors. How often do SAS doctors need to revalidate? SAS doctors need to revalidate, usually every 5 years. Who’s responsible for revalidating SAS doctors? If

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