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RCOG statement on Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. To mark the month the national cancer charity Target Ovarian Cancer has released statistics from their Pathfinder Study of the general population about the cancer which showed that 47% of women incorrectly
Applying for the MTI
COVID-19 updates for the MTI scheme Please read full details and FAQs MTI 2021 Applications for the MTI 2021 closed on Friday 11 December 2020. Applicants will be notified in early February 2021 whether they have been shortlisted for the next stage
Data protection policy
Greater focus on socially disadvantaged women is needed to improve maternity care in England
Women from lower socioeconomic groups in the UK report a poorer experience of care during pregnancy and there needs to be a greater focus on their care, suggests a new study published today (17 September) in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics
RCOG provides new guidance for doctors and women on when to give birth if waters break early
Pregnant women whose waters break early from 24 weeks, but do not go into labour, should be offered the choice to continue with the pregnancy until 37 weeks of gestation — as long as there are no signs of infection or complications, recommend revised
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
Creating a balanced narrative about women living with fistulae
This is one of the stories from the September 2012 issue of International News. Maggie Bangser lives in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and was the Founding Executive Director of Women’s Dignity, an organisation working to address fistulae, maternal health
Timely actions when an abnormality is identified
  Another theme that emerged on reviewing these babies was the potential to improve the outcome had the abnormality identified through intermittent auscultation been recognised and/or acted upon in a more timely manner.   Situation A low risk
MRCOG: pass mark
This page explains how the pass mark is set for the Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 MRCOG exams. The purpose of standard setting Standard setting is a process designed to ensure that an examination is fair and equitable, and that the same standard is applied
Officers’ update, December 2014
Lesley Regan, Vice President Strategic Development, writes... I last wrote this letter just after taking up my newly created role as Vice President for strategic development, when I was still trying to tell the difference between hitting the ground

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