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Management of Inherited Bleeding Disorders in Pregnancy (Green-top Guideline No. 71)
This guideline is intended for both specialist haematologists and obstetricians who have experience in managing pregnant patients with bleeding disorders. In addition, it may be a useful reference text for obstetric anaesthetists and neonatologists.
Developing patient information leaflets
The development process for our patient information leaflets Patient information development process Initial draft The RCOG’s Patient Information Committee is made up of obstetricians and gynaecologists, midwives and members of the RCOG
Urogynaecology subspecialty training
Subspecialty training in Urogynaecology, including the curriculum and assessments   Urogynaecology curriculum – October 2019 Urogynaecology – Definitive Document (PDF 1.7mb) This is the Definitive Document for the Urogynaecology curriculum 2019
Postpartum Haemorrhage, Prevention and Management (Green-top Guideline No. 52)
This guideline provides information about the prevention and management of postpartum haemorrhage (PPH), primarily for clinicians working in obstetric-led units in the UK; recommendations may be less appropriate for other settings where facilities,
Why take the DRCOG
Join a network of professionals Demonstrate your expertise with the DRCOG The DRCOG is a proven way to demonstrate knowledge of women’s health care, especially for general practitioners (GPs). The exam is an assessment of knowledge and clinical problem
Therapeutic hypothermia
  Decision making surrounding therapeutic hypothermia Recommendation – therapeutic hypothermia   <  Back Next  > Foreword Executive summary Methodology Overall findings Are outcomes avoidable? Fetal
DRCOG Sub-committee
Meetings 2020 24 January 2020 4 June 2020 9 September 2020 27 November 2020   Meetings 4 per year. Members are required to attend at least 3 meetings   Remit Reporting mechanism The DRCOG Sub-Committee reports to the Examination and
Clinical Indicators Programme
The Clinical Indicators Programme consists of a number of projects aiming to develop clinically relevant, methodologically robust performance indicators for obstetric and gynaecological care using currently available data. This information will be used
Early-labour events
    Cause identified in review Number of babies Pathological fetal monitoring (unknown cause) recognised and acted upon 11 Attended in early labour with no detectable fetal heart rate 11 Cord entanglement/true knot in
Council précis, March 2015
This page contains the précis from the Council meeting which took place on 20 March 2015.  Friday 20 March 2015 Clinical Quality The department currently has 46 guidelines in production. Funding has been received for an external independent review

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