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Royal Colleges respond to the latest findings from the NMPA
The National Maternity and Perinatal Audit (NMPA) is a large evaluation of NHS maternity and neonatal services in Britain.
RCOG statement in response to the NGA report on twin pregnancy costs
A new report, produced by the RCOG’s National Guideline Alliance, reveals that twin births are almost three times as expensive as singleton births. The findings show that the average cost to the NHS is £13,959 for a twin birth, while a singleton birth
RCOG statement: Mexico City Policy
The core purpose of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is to improve women’s health and the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology worldwide. We are extremely concerned at the reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy, which bans
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
OASI2 – Women’s Perspectives
Dr Posy Bidwell discusses the recently published evaluation of women’s experiences of the OASI Care Bundle and its importance in identifying areas for improvement in maternity care to ensure the best possible outcomes for women.
The new CPD Framework – an overview
This section of the site provides a brief overview of the new CPD Framework – including the two new key ideas of stages and dimensions. A 4-stage cycle The new CPD programme is built around a 4-stage cycle: Planning – allows you to determine your
Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities at RCOG events
The College runs over 50 events each year covering a range of general and specialist topics within O&G. Our events attract more than 5000 delegates and 1200 expert speakers, making them an ideal opportunity to raise your profile, promote your
Key recommendations
A strategic approach is required across the life course to prevent predictable ill health and to address the determinants of health specific to women. These are the RCOG's key recommendations outlined in our full report: Better for women (PDF
How completion of an ATSM is signed off
An ATSM is complete once all of the components have been completed to the satisfaction of your ATSM Preceptor and ATSM Educational Supervisor. Once you’ve completed an ATSM, you’ll need to complete the notification of completion of training form (Word
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

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