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MRCOG Final Preparation: Part 1 Revision Course
Many thanks for registering for the MRCOG Final Preparation: Part 1 Revision Course on 3 - 7 July 2017. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My
Systematic reviews
A systematic review is a high-level overview of primary research on a particular research question that tries to identify, select, synthesise and appraise all high quality research evidence relevant to that question in order to answer it. Main stages
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
International Women’s Day 2016: Joining up care in maternal mental health
On 4 March 2016, the RCOG celebrated International Women’s Day with an event focusing on ‘Joining up care in maternal mental health’. Expert speakers provided insights into the challenges involved in providing effective, joined-up maternal mental
Safer practice in intrapartum care: care bundle project
This was a joint project with the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) and the National Patient Safety Agency (NPSA). Aims This project was set up to oversee the development and testing of ‘care bundles’ in intrapartum care, for women
Report structure
This report is comprised of five main sections: Overall findings for 2015 (a quantitative summary of the number of eligible babies, the quality of local reviews and the proportion of babies for whom Each Baby Counts reviewers felt that different care
Considering a career in obstetrics and gynaecology?
Resources for students and recently qualified doctors who are considering a career in obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G). We hope you find the information useful and inspiring. Recruitment into specialty training in O&G Find out how to
RCOG release: What you need to know about having a small baby
Lifestyle factors can reduce some of the risks of having a small baby, advises new patient information published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
FGM trial – the wrong prosecution
The RCOG has been silent for a year on the decision, in March 2014, to prosecute Dr Dhanuson Dharmasena, wrongly accused of carrying out FGM during his care of a woman in labour. The case was sub judice and it was important to allow the CPS case to run
RCOG Council election results 2014
The results from the 2014 Council elections have now been released.

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