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Single Transferable Vote (STV) explained
STV is the voting system used for electing RCOG Vice Presidents Voting using STV for 5 candidates Instead of placing crosses next to your 5 favourite candidates, you are asked to rank as many candidates as you like in order of preference. The number
Supporting a doctor returning to work
Providing support to doctors arranging a return to work The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges’ Return to Practice Working Group in 2011-2012 identified that the key factor affecting a doctor’s successful return to practice was the length of time out of
Women’s fistula stories from Nepal
RCOG Member Shirley Haywood works for International Nepal Fellowship (INF) and with scholarships from the RCOG she received training in surgery for complicated fistula in Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda with Andrew Browning, a world renowned fistula
Patterns of Benign Gynaecology Care report 2015-16
Report on benign gynaecology services in English NHS Hospital Trusts 2015-16 Benign gynaecology services make a fundamental contribution to NHS hospital services, with more than 700,000 inpatient episodes in England in 2015-16. The RCOG’s clinical
Each Baby Counts / NMPA Joint Conference 2018
On 15 November 2018, Each Baby Counts and the NMPA (National Maternity and Perinatal Audit) hosted a joint conference at the RCOG. The event launched the findings from the Each Baby Counts 2018 Progress Report, and presented results gathered from the
Training News, December 2015
Dr Matt Prior, RCOG Trainees' Committee Chair, writes... Welcome to the newly designed format and style of Training News, which brings you up-to-date information on changes to education, training and exams from the College. I’ve just attended the
Professor Murray Mitchell, Australia
Professor Murray Mitchell became Fellow ad eundem at the May 2015 Fellowship ceremony in Brisbane, Australia. Professor Murray Mitchell is an Academic Professor at the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research. Professor Mitchell has had a
Professor Ashley Moffett, England
Professor Ashley Moffett became Fellow ad eundem at the September 2015 Fellowship ceremony in London, England. Professor Ashley Moffett is Professor of Reproductive Immunology, Department of Pathology at the University of Cambridge. Over the last 25
How to support an MTI doctor
If your hospital is providing a placement for an International Medical Graduate through the RCOG’s Medical Training Initiative, please read this guidance to support the doctor to quickly acclimatise to working within your team here in the UK. MTI
Guidance for hospitals when an issue arises
The RCOG strives to ensure that all MTI placements are a success and provide a rewarding, positive experience for MTI doctors and UK hospitals alike. However, there are occasions where issues may arise with the placement. Not uncommonly, there can be

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