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The DRCOG syllabus
Modules for the RCOG's Diploma exam, the DRCOG The DRCOG is an assessment of knowledge and clinical problem solving, and targets doctors who wish to cultivate their knowledge in obstetrics, gynaecology, sexual and reproductive medicine as applied to
Sterilisation for women and men
This patient information leaflet has now been archived. For up to date information please visit the Family Planning Association website.
Pelvic organ prolapse
Information for women, their partners and families about symptoms and management of prolapse experienced during and after the menopause. Prolapse problems after the menopause The organs within a woman’s pelvis (uterus, bladder and rectum) are normally
Policy update, February 2018
Your monthly round-up of national health policy developments for 12 January 2018 to 9 February 2018 If you have any comments or if there is anything else you would like to see in the round-up, please contact us at policy@rcog.org.uk   News/
RCOG Guidelines app
The RCOG Guidelines app is available to download for both Android and iOS. Features of the RCOG Guidelines app for iOS and Android Access to all of the Green-top Guidelines, a series of recommendations on focused areas of clinical practice
Obtaining Valid Consent (Clinical Governance Advice No. 6)
This guidance provides a good practice framework for obtaining valid consent in obstetrics and gynaecology.
Umbilical Cord Prolapse (Green-top Guideline No. 50)
This guideline provides evidence-based advice on the prevention, diagnosis and management of umbilical cord prolapse.
ATSMs: introduction
Obstetrics and gynaecology is so diverse that it’s not possible to train all trainees to the same standard in all parts of the specialty, and to do so would lead to a cohort of consultants who lacked significant expertise in any area of practice.
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust
Below is one of the case studies written by contributors to the Each Baby Counts project. Physiological Interpretation of Fetal Monitoring: The Picture Before and After Mr Ahmed Zaima, Ms Dagmar Krueger, Ms Joanna Fuller, Sarah-Ann Evans, Sarah
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.

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