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First RCOG/Marcus Filshie Fellow travels to Uganda
The first RCOG/Marcus Filshie Fellow is travelling to Uganda today to start an eight week placement to help support the delivery of obstetric and gynaecological services and to start researching how the hospital can develop into a permanent fistula
Recording development and experiences throughout training
As well as recording your attainment of competencies in your ePortfolio, completing a sufficient number of formal workplace-based assessments (WPBAs) and collecting feedback from your colleagues via the TO1 and TO2 forms, you’ll also need to record
Council précis, July 2015
This page contains the précis from the Council meeting which took place on Friday 10 July 2015. The first part of the meeting focused on discussions around the following themes and how each fits with the college’s strategic objectives: Advocacy and
New BJOG study examines premature menopause and effects on later life cognition
Premature menopause is associated with long-term negative effects on cognitive function, suggests a new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
RCOG provides new guidance for doctors and women on when to give birth if waters break early
Pregnant women whose waters break early from 24 weeks, but do not go into labour, should be offered the choice to continue with the pregnancy until 37 weeks of gestation — as long as there are no signs of infection or complications, recommend revised
RCOG policy briefing: New advice on alcohol consumption levels in pregnancy
The Chief Medical Officers of all four nations of the UK have published (8 January 2016) new guidelines on alcohol consumption.
Join the RCOG Women’s Voices Involvement Panel
Thank you for your interest in joining the RCOG Women’s Voices Involvement Panel. The following short questionnaire will allow us to gain some information about you so that we can register you onto our database. You will then be kept up to date with the
Franchise an RCOG course
Become part of the RCOG’s global community and improve women’s health care by organising a recognised RCOG course in your country. Benefits of franchising an RCOG course include: Train to deliver courses sustainably at local level and become a member
Franchised MRCOG Part 2 Revision Course
This page is dedicated solely to the UK Faculty speaking at one of the RCOG Part 2 Franchised Courses.  Course materials All course materials are copyright of the RCOG and can only be used for the purpose of teaching the specified RCOG course. You
Genetic Predisposition to Gynaecological Cancers, Management of Women with a (Scientific Impact Paper No. 48)
This paper considers the risks related to gene mutations and the options for reducing or managing the risk of gynaecological cancer.

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