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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
Women’s Visiting Gynaecological Club Prize
Through the generosity of the Women’s Visiting Gynaecological Club, the RCOG is able to offer £500 to a medical student in the UK or Republic of Ireland towards an overseas elective in O&G.   Prize £500   Eligibility This prize is awarded
Autism diagnosis in children and young people (NICE clinical guideline 128)
This guideline covers the recognition, referral and diagnosis of autism in children and young people from birth up to 19 years.
Core module 10: Management of labour
The management of labour core module will help you understand and demonstrate appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes in relation to labour. Available resources A list of all RCOG resources available for the management of labour core
RCOG collaborates with Sidra in Qatar to deliver women’s health symposium
The RCOG has collaborated with Sidra Medical and Research Center in Qatar to deliver a joint meeting on ‘Hot Topics in Obstetrics and Gynaecology’ (http://sidraevents.org/ ) from 30 November 30 to 2 December 2014. 
Case studies and tips for lead reporters
Local Lead Reporters write their experiences of reporting Each Baby Counts cases Sands Midwifery FellowSupport to improve the quality of local investigations Cheshire and Merseyside Maternity, Children and Young People Strategic Clinical NetworkShared
Abstract submission
RCOG World Congress offers you fantastic opportunities to showcase your work to colleagues around the world. Abstract submission is now closed. Authors will be notified in early January 2020. For more information, read our FAQs and submission
Part 1 MRCOG: recommended reading
This page provides a recommended reading list for candidates for the Part 1 MRCOG, compiled by the Part 1 MRCOG Sub-committee. Basic Sciences for Obstetrics and Gynaecology (5th ed) Tim Chard and Richard Lilford ISBN: 978-3540761884 British National
RCOG Heritage: The Chamberlen Family
The original Chamberlen forceps were rediscovered under a secret trap-door in an attic in Woodham Mortimer Hall in Essex in 1813, by the mother-in-law of Dr William Codd, the then owner. The Chamberlen family had sold Woodham Mortimer Hall in 1715. The
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).

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