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Endometriosis
Another common condition which can affect female fertility is endometriosis. This happens when tissue which is similar to the lining of the womb (endometrium) is found outside of the womb in the pelvis, where it can cause inflammation, scarring and
Leadership for the future
FMLM Conference 201523 – 25 February, Manchester CentralThere is no doubt that 2015 will be a pivotal year for UK healthcare. Leadership for the future focuses on the potential which great medical leadership can bring to one of the best healthcare
RCOG National Trainer of the Year Award 2017
The winner of the third annual RCOG Trainer of the Year Award is Miss Ellen Knox, Consultant in Fetal and Maternal Medicine at Birmingham Women’s Hospital.  She is recognised for her outstanding contribution to education and training. The Trainer
Single Transferable Vote (STV) explained
STV is the voting system used for electing RCOG Vice Presidents Voting using STV for 5 candidates Instead of placing crosses next to your 5 favourite candidates, you are asked to rank as many candidates as you like in order of preference. The number
Each Baby Counts + Learn and Support
Each Baby Counts + Learn and Support is a joint initiative between the RCOG and Royal College of Midwives (RCM) to help improve maternity care in England. The project will look at issues around workplace culture and staff wellbeing. We are working with
Post Reproductive Health 2014
Many thanks for registering for the Post Reproductive Health Course on 25–26 November 2014. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My profile’ are
Media lay spokespeople
The College recently trained some Women’s Voices with particular health experiences to become media lay spokespeople. Diane Danzebrink talks about why she got involved as a spokesperson around menopause. Diane's story I am 49 years old and work as a
Refugee doctors
The RCOG is aware of the large number of refugee doctors in the UK, a number of whom have previous experience in O&G and who are having difficulty keeping their medical knowledge up to date. We therefore provide refugee doctors access to a number
RCOG statement on the GMC report on medical education and practice in the UK
The General Medical Council has published a new report, ‘The state of medical education and practice 2017’, which analyses data on the medical workforce across the UK. It identifies challenges facing the medical profession and highlights priorities for
The problem of continuing urinary incontinence after obstetric vesicovaginal surgery
This is one of the stories from the September 2012 issue of International News. Andrew Browning, the Director of the Selian Fistula Project in Arusha, Tanzania, discusses the problem of residual incontinence following obstetric vesicovaginal

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