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Developing patient information leaflets
The development process for our patient information leaflets Patient information development process Initial draft The RCOG’s Patient Information Committee is made up of obstetricians and gynaecologists, midwives and members of the RCOG
Improving resilience
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘unit, trust and local education provider’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Improving resilience There is increasing interest in resilience and helping staff to develop resilience in the
International Trainees and exam candidates: FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions about the changes to the Trainees' register for international Trainees and exam candidates. From 1 September 2016, all international Trainees and examination candidates will only have the option to become an RCOG
Menopause: diagnosis and management
Guidance for the public from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
First RCOG/Marcus Filshie Fellow travels to Uganda
The first RCOG/Marcus Filshie Fellow is travelling to Uganda today to start an eight week placement to help support the delivery of obstetric and gynaecological services and to start researching how the hospital can develop into a permanent fistula
RCOG Guidelines app
The RCOG Guidelines app is available to download for both Android and iOS. Features of the RCOG Guidelines app for iOS and Android Access to all of the Green-top Guidelines, a series of recommendations on focused areas of clinical practice
Immunological Testing and Interventions for Reproductive Failure (Scientific Impact Paper No. 5)
This Scientific Impact Paper has been archived. Please see Scientific Impact Paper no. 53 The Role of Natural Killer Cells in Human Fertility and no. 54 Local Endometrial Trauma (Endometrial Scratch): A Treatment Strategy to Improve Implantation
Obituary: Sr Dr Maura Lynch (1938 - 2017)
After a lifetime devoted to the care of people in Africa, Sr Dr Maura Lynch (UCD Medicine 1964) acquired the Ugandan name ‘Nakimuli’ meaning ‘Beautiful Flower’. She returned to Dublin to train as a surgeon after twenty years of missionary medical care
Contribute to College publications
How to get involved with College publications, such as guidelines, RCOG eLearning, BJOG and TOG. Contribute to the RCOG’s journals, BJOG and TOG The College publishes two journals, BJOG and TOG, and we encourage anyone working in
Genetic Predisposition to Gynaecological Cancers, Management of Women with a (Scientific Impact Paper No. 48)
This paper considers the risks related to gene mutations and the options for reducing or managing the risk of gynaecological cancer.

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