Skip to main content

Search results

Your search results are displayed below.


Working with industry
Introduction This statement covers arrangements for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (the ‘RCOG’) working and interacting with for-profit organisations, companies and business (collectively referred to as ‘industry’) and covers all
Implementation and resources
Welcome to the RCOG Each Baby Counts Implementation mini site. We are committed to making sure that the recommendations that have come out of the programme so far are implemented, and I hope that you find the resources and training tools here of
Nick Raine-Fenning
Nick Raine-Fenning, past Members’ Representative, East Midlands, writes about what it’s like being on Council... It was not an easy decision to apply for Council. I wanted to and to some degree felt it was something I was duty bound to do, but I had
Specialist Career Development Working Party
Papers and reports Members of the Specialist Career Development Working Party can download papers and reports here. Please note that you’ll need to be signed in to the website to access the papers. Remit To make recommendations on career development
Support and ‘buy-in’ from leaders and managers
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘strategic’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Support and ‘buy-in’ from leaders and managers When an intervention is introduced, the support and ‘buy-in’ of leaders and managers is
Message of support from the RCOG Women’s Network
The RCOG Women’s Network would like to thank all the Fellows, Members, Trainees and Associates who are working so hard and showing such dedication during this challenging time.  We have never been so proud of the Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Council précis, April 2018
Précis from the Council meeting which took place on 13 April 2018   Presentations on regional issues At each Council meeting, regional representatives present on projects, activities and issues in their constituency for discussion and consideration
RCOG eLearning resource on reducing undermining and bullying freely available
An eLearning resource designed to help doctors tackle undermining and bullying behaviour in obstetrics and gynaecology units has now been made freely available to all health professionals across the NHS.
Menopause and women’s health in later life
Welcome to our information hub about women’s health around the menopause and beyond, addressing topics women have told us are most important at this stage of life and directing you to resources to support self-care and your conversations with healthcare
Knowledge Area 5 – Antenatal care
Capability in practice (CiP) 1: The doctor is able to apply medical knowledge, clinical skills and professional values for the provision of high-quality and safe patient-centred care 6: The doctor takes an active role in helping self and others to

Filter by type






To filter your results, tick the boxes above and hit the search button. If you want to clear the results untick your choices and hit the search button again.