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Council précis, September 2015
This page contains the précis from the Council meeting which took place on 25-26 September 2015.  Friday 25 September Representation Working Party Report Following the decision at a previous Council to change the voting procedures, a schedule has
Ovarian cysts before the menopause
This patient information leaflet provides advice for premenopausal women who have been diagnosed with a possible cyst in one or both ovaries.
New Academic Board members
The Academic Board are pleased to introduce you to the new members of the Board who started in October 2016. Professor Andrew Horne PhD FRCOG – Higher Education Institution (HEI) Representative to the Academic Board Dr Robbie Kerr – Junior Trainee
References
  The complete list of references as found in the printed report   The TOBY Xe Study. Study Handbook. Version 2; 2012 https://www.npeu.ox.ac.uk/downloads/files/toby-xe/protocol/TOBY-Xe-Study-Handbook-Version-2.pdf   Each Baby Counts
HSIB - A new approach to maternity investigations in England
Tuesday 18 June 0715-0800 This session is to share the experience and early learning from the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch [HSIB] National Maternity Investigation programme. Attendees will also be able to understand some of the early themes
Officers' update, November 2015
Professor Alan Cameron, Vice President for Clinical Quality, writes... Our junior doctors across England have voted unanimously to take industrial action in December. The strength of feeling is overwhelming and for the sake of our patients and our
Part 2 MRCOG: venue details
Venues and times for the Part 2 MRCOG exam Coronavirus update Due to Coronavirus we are keeping all exam centres under review. Exams may be subject to cancellation to avoid any risk and ensure the safety of all candidates and staff. Should the RCOG
Shoulder dystocia
This patient information leaflet provides advice about shoulder dystocia for women who are pregnant or whose baby’s birth was complicated by shoulder dystocia.
Blood Transfusions in Obstetrics (Green-top Guideline No. 47)
This guideline offers guidance about the appropriate use of blood products that neither compromises the affected woman nor exposes her to unnecessary risk. Strategies to maximise the haemoglobin (Hb) level at delivery as well as to minimise blood loss
Abstract submission
RCOG World Congress offers you fantastic opportunities to showcase your work to colleagues around the world. Abstract submission is now closed. Authors will be notified in early January 2020. For more information, read our FAQs and submission

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