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BMJ paper on impact of complaints on doctors’ welfare and clinical practise
he Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) welcomes new research published in the BMJ Open today about the impact of complaints against doctors.
Renewing your RCOG membership
Annual subscription payment details for Fellows and Members. Our commitment to promote high-quality clinical care through the development of clinical standards and representation to those working in the UK and internationally is made possible only
FAQs from lead reporters
Answers to frequently asked questions from lead reporters about the Each Baby Counts project Frequently asked questions How long will it take me to fill in the form? How do I register to use the Each Baby Counts online reporting system? I’m struggling
The journal for continuing professional development (CPD) from the RCOG. With its mixture of high-quality, peer reviewed articles, The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG) is an ideal resource for your continuing professional development in women’s
A letter from Sussex Place, December 2011
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes: ...this is the time of year when we often take a moment to reflect on our private and professional careers. A time when we sit down and plan for the next twelve months and beyond; a sort of personal development
Finley's story
Charlotte Smith shares the story of her son Finley, who died due to lack of oxygen to the brain during birth. We found out we were pregnant and expecting our 2nd baby in May 2017. We were completely overjoyed. It took us 4 years of trying and a round
Clinical Quality Assurance Group (CQAG)
Meetings Quarterly (3x virtual meetings and 1x face-to-face meeting at the RCOG) 2020 Thursday 6 February 2020 Friday 22 May 2020 Friday 25 September 2020 Friday 4 December 2020   Remit Reporting mechanism The Clinical Quality Assurance Group
RCOG statement: MBRRACE-UK report on stillbirths and neonatal deaths
Today, MBRRACE-UK publishes its annual perinatal mortality surveillance report which examines the deaths of babies from 24 weeks of pregnancy. There were 3,252 stillbirths and 1,381 neonatal deaths in 2014, which means almost 6 deaths per 1,000
BJOG Editorial Board
Meeting dates (10:00 start) 2020 Wednesday 26 February 2020   Remit Reporting mechanism The BJOG Editorial Board reports to the Journals Business Development Committee.  Objectives The role of the Editorial Board is advisory. Responsibility
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

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