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Congenital Cytomegalovirus Infection: Update on Treatment (Scientific Impact Paper No. 56)
This Scientific Impact Paper summarises the issues around screening, diagnosis and treatment of CMV in pregnancy, utilising the best available evidence and highlighting recent advances.
Interim clinical guidelines on Zika virus infection and pregnancy
The College has worked closely with the RCM, PHE and HPS to produce guidelines on Zika virus in pregnancy for healthcare professionals.
Obituary: Malcolm Campbell Macnaughton
Professor Alan Cameron writes... Thank you for asking me to pay tribute to Professor Sir Malcolm Campbell Macnaughton, a former President of this College from 1984-1987. Callum as he was known to everyone who knew him, was born in Glasgow on the 4 April
Modules
Our modules can all be used in package with others from other programmes to meet specific local needs. To discuss a specific module contact development@rcog.org.uk   Essential Obstetric Skills Facilitator modules ABCD and resuscitation skills: a
Health Secretary's announcement on maternity services
Professor Lesley Regan, President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) said: “We welcome the Government’s commitment and long-term investment into improving the safety of maternity care."
Sepsis following Pregnancy, Bacterial (Green-top Guideline No. 64b)
This guideline provides guidance in the management of sepsis in the puerperium (sepsis developing after birth until 6 weeks postnatally).
Patient information for consultation
Help the RCOG develop its patient information A vital part of the process when developing patient information is asking the people for whom the information is designed – patients and the public – what they think. This helps make sure the
Early diagnosis key to reducing harm from placental complications
Early diagnosis and specialised care will help to reduce harms associated with complications of the placenta – known as placenta praevia and placenta accreta – and ensure the safest possible outcome for mother and baby, concludes latest guidance from
Planning for family planning
Today sees the gathering of minds on sexual and reproductive healthcare issues at the London Summit on Family Planning organised by the UK Government, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). A number of words have
Policy update, October 2016
This is your monthly round-up of recent national health policy developments for 9 September to 14 October. Due to an error, last month’s edition was missed but can now be found here. If you have any comments or if there is anything else you would like

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