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Ideal framework for supervisors
  Meeting pre-absence Meet with doctor pre-absence Set curriculum/logbook/CPD targets for before leave starts Discuss ways to maintain clinical knowledge whilst away Advises Occupational Health for Work place Risk Assessment as needed Complete
Franchised MRCOG Part 2 Revision Course
This page is dedicated solely to the UK Faculty speaking at one of the RCOG Part 2 Franchised Courses.  Course materials All course materials are copyright of the RCOG and can only be used for the purpose of teaching the specified RCOG course. You
Trainees’ Register benefits
Benefits of being on the RCOG Trainees’ Register for UK trainees only International trainees and non-training grade doctors can become an RCOG Associate member in order to access a range of benefits. As a UK Associate member for a further fee
Training evaluation form (TEF)
The Training Evaluation Form (TEF) has been substantially reviewed and after discussion with the national trainees’ committee is now a mandatory requirement in the training matrix of educational progression. The RCOG decided to revise the TEF after
RCOG response to claims that the NHS favours vaginal delivery on basis of cost
Following a neonatal death at North Middlesex University Hospital, a coroner has submitted a report to the Department of Health warned that the NHS favours vaginal delivery over Caesarean sections on the basis of cost.
Bacterial meningitis and meningococcal septicaemia (NICE clinical guideline 102)
This guideline offers best practice advice on the care of children and young people younger than 16 years with bacterial meningitis and meningococcal septicaemia.
UK & Republic of Ireland: subscription payment
The annual subscriptions structure for UK* & Republic of Ireland RCOG Fellows and Members. *UK includes those resident in the Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Gibraltar and HM British Armed Forces. Read the full subscription structure Fellows and
RCOG policy briefing: New advice on alcohol consumption levels in pregnancy
The Chief Medical Officers of all four nations of the UK have published (8 January 2016) new guidelines on alcohol consumption.
Obituary: Petronella Clarke
Petronella Cornelia Leighton was born in 1938 to a Dutch mother and English father. Petronella spent time in Surrey during the Blitz after the insurance company where her father worked was bombed. She married Peter Clarke in 1976 and had two
Heavy menstrual bleeding needs more attention
Many women suffering from heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) wait over a year before being referred to secondary care found the second annual report of the HMB Audit published last week. This is a major project commissioned by the Healthcare Quality

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