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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.
Hands-on Repair of 3rd and 4th Degree Obstetric Tears Workshop
Venue: College of Medicine, Sultan Qaboos University, Anatomy lab and Annexe building Cost: US $312 Timings: 08:00-16:00 Overview The workshop will feature lectures followed by hand on practice on cow sphincters. Learning Objectives Learn tips and
Part 2 MRCOG: venue details
Venues and times for the Part 2 MRCOG exam Coronavirus update The MRCOG Part 1, Part 2 and DRCOG exams will now be run in Pearson VUE test centres. However, due to Coronavirus, test centres continue to be monitored as we adhere to government guidelines
Shoulder dystocia
This patient information leaflet provides advice about shoulder dystocia for women who are pregnant or whose baby’s birth was complicated by shoulder dystocia.
Annual Specialty Report
The Annual Specialty Report (ASR) for 2012 is now available to view here. The ASR is a GMC requirement and aims to provide a summary of College activity relating to education and training for the training year 1 August 2011 to 31 July 2012.
Why Obs and Gynae? by Rima Dhillon
Each year, the RCOG invites foundation trainees to tell us why they’ve chosen a career in O&G for the Why Obs and Gynae? prize. This is a submission from Rima Dhillon, an FY2 at City Hospital Birmingham. Why obs and gynae? ‘Why Obs and Gynae?
Knowledge Area 5 – Antenatal care
Capability in practice (CiP) 1: The doctor is able to apply medical knowledge, clinical skills and professional values for the provision of high-quality and safe patient-centred care 6: The doctor takes an active role in helping self and others to
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
Clamping of the Umbilical Cord and Placental Transfusion (Scientific Impact Paper No. 14)
This paper summarises the physiology of cord clamping and reviews the evidence related to timing of clamping.
Each Baby Counts
Each Baby Counts is the RCOG’s national quality improvement programme to reduce the number of babies who die or are left severely disabled as a result of incidents occurring during term labour. Each Baby Counts reports and updates Stay up to date with

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