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Training data analysis 2018
Our national Training Evaluation Survey collates feedback from the Training Evaluation Form (TEF), taking place in the early part of the year, prior to the GMC survey. It provides the College, schools and individual units detailed feedback on the
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
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
Representation
In 2016, following extensive consultation with members, a number of changes have been made to the RCOG’s Regulations to improve the openness and transparency of College governance. This page sets out the changes, and the background to this
Deanery Ultrasound Coordinators
Contact details for Deanery Ultrasound Coordinators in the UK Deanery Ultrasound Coordinators are responsible for coordinating the delivery of the basic and intermediate ultrasound modules, and for ensuring that the quality of training and assessment
Work of the Women’s Voices Involvement Panel
This page provides some examples of the activities members of the RCOG Women’s Voices Involvement Panel have been involved with. There are various ways members of the panel can use their voice to help the College better understand what is important to
RCOG statement on International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM 2014
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) welcomes the announcement today by the Department of Health that from this year, all NHS hospital trusts must record (starting in April) and report (from September) on information about the
British Menopause Society (BMS)
Who we are The British Menopause Society (BMS), established in 1989, educates, informs and guides healthcare professionals in all aspects of post reproductive health. This is achieved through an annual programme of lectures, conferences, meetings,
Get involved
  The RCOG has been working closely with the membership, through focus groups and surveys, to understand the extent and nature of their workforce challenges.   We want to develop meaningful and sustainable solutions, and we're keen that all
RCOG museum
The RCOG Museum is unique in the UK with its focus on women’s health care. The Museum collections have grown through gifts and acquisitions since the foundation of the College, and now includes the complementary collection of the Royal College of

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