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OASI videos
Why reducing OASI matters Here are 3 women who have anonymously spoken out about their experience of suffering from the effects of an OASI. Thank you to all of those who have allowed us to share their story in order to raise awareness among
Course syllabus for high risk pregnancy ATSM
The high risk pregnancy ATSM course syllabus below lists the minimum requirements for a course to be suitable for the theoretical component of this module. The course should last 1 day. Any times given or descriptions of activities within a course are
Induction and appraisal for trainees
You’ll need to have an induction interview at the beginning of a new post to set objectives, and subsequent appraisals to track your progress. This page sets out what you should expect and how to prepare. Induction You should meet with your Educational
RCOG guidance on implementing the single version of the core curriculum
The GMC has stipulated that all specialties must move trainees to a single version of their curriculum by December 2015. To comply with this regulation, the RCOG moved to a single version of the core curriculum from 1 August 2013.  This page
The ethics of medical performance
Today at our biggest World Congress yet being held in Liverpool, I will speak about the role of ethics in obstetrics and gynaecology and what this means for both us as a profession and for our patients. As a specialty we deal with many ethical issues
BJOG release: Call for new technologies to protect women globally against unintended pregnancy, HIV and STIs
The global health community is calling for increased investment in the development of new technologies for women to protect against unintended pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, suggests a new commentary published today in BJOG:
TOG app download instructions
With the TOG app for Android and iOS, you can access TOG content any time, anywhere – full access for RCOG Fellows, Members, registered Trainees, Associates, CPD Associates and anyone with an online subscription to the
Patient information for consultation
Help the RCOG develop its patient information A vital part of the process when developing patient information is asking the people for whom the information is designed – patients and the public – what they think. This helps make sure the
IWD 2020 – Reference list
Reference list for the RCOG's event International Women’s Day – "We need to talk about race", held on 6 March 2020 UK 1 Ali N, Burchett H. Experiences of maternity services: Muslim women's perspectives.   London: Maternity Alliance. 2004. Copy
Developing the panel – new ways of working for 2016
Marie Higgins writes... I joined the WVIP shortly after it was created in April 2014. It has given me the opportunity to pursue my passion for excellence in women's health and I am excited about innovations that will give greater opportunities for panel

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