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Deanery Ultrasound Coordinators
Contact details for Deanery Ultrasound Coordinators in the UK Deanery Ultrasound Coordinators are responsible for coordinating the delivery of the basic and intermediate ultrasound modules, and for ensuring that the quality of training and assessment
RCOG review on antenatal and postnatal analgesia
A new Scientific Impact Paper from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) sets out guidance on the management of pain medication for women during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Early miscarriage
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women on miscarriage within the first 3 months of pregnancy.
RCOG responds to study that stillbirth risk higher in mothers with high stress
The RCOG has responded to a study by Tommy's Manchester Research Centre that shows women from the most deprived socio-economic group were at almost triple the risk of stillbirth than those at the other end of the scale.
Prevention and empowerment
Our health and care services often fail to take a preventative approach to women's health. This results in missed opportunities to support women to access the care they need and make decisions that are right for themselves and their families. We
Basic Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound Scanning - morning
Fee: £150 incl VATSunday 16 June 0900–1300Max capacity 30 - FULLY BOOKED This is a hands-on workshop where delegates get direct practical teaching on how to perform both basic obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound scanning on a combination of
Access to accurate education and information
Girls and women should feel confident to seek advice and talk about common health problems. This chapter considers how embarrassment, stigma, fear of pain and a lack of accessible information stop women from talking about their health and seeking
Maternity Standards
This document sets out a framework for commissioners and service providers of high-level service standards that aim to improve outcomes and reduce variation in maternity care.
Exercise in Pregnancy (Statement No. 4)
This statement has now been archived.
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

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