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Basic Practical Skills in Obstetrics and Gynaecology - St James University Hospital - February 2017
Many thanks for registering for the Basic Practical Skills in Obstetrics and Gynaecology course on the 8th - 9th of February 2017. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure
RCOG past President Professor Lesley Regan recognised in New Year’s Honours List
Professor Lesley Regan has been awarded a damehood in today’s New Year’s Honours List.
Therapeutic hypothermia
  Decision making surrounding therapeutic hypothermia Recommendation – therapeutic hypothermia   <  Back Next  > Foreword Executive summary Methodology Overall findings Are outcomes avoidable? Fetal
Implementation note 10
Advice for Subspecialty Trainees (SSTs) and Subspecialty Training Programme Supervisors (STPSs) for transfer and annual SST Assessment – Moving to the new curriculum 2019 Further to Implementation update 8 Advice for advanced trainees, this Note
Latest MBRRACE-UK report published
The RCOG responds to the latest MBRRACE-UK report Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ Care which examines the care received by women who die during or up to a year after pregnancy in the UK between 2016 and 2018.     
COVID-19 webinars
On Tuesday 14 July, the College held a COVID-19 webinar, on the impact of the pandemic on clinicians and maternity service users. In part 1 of the webinar, President Eddie Morris and Vice Presidents Pat O’Brien and Sue Ward spoke about the challenges
New NICE guideline on Cystic Fibrosis: diagnosis and management published
We are happy to announce the publication of the NICE guideline on Cystic Fibrosis developed by the National Guideline Alliance (NGA). This guideline covers the diagnosis and management of Cystic Fibrosis in children, young people and adults.
Patient information for consultation
Help the RCOG develop its patient information A vital part of the process when developing patient information is asking the people for whom the information is designed – patients and the public – what they think. This helps make sure the
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
Support for doctors contributing to national work
The RCOG, alongside other medical royal colleges and other health service organisations, relies heavily on members of the profession to be released from their day-to-day clinical work to contribute to our activities. We are hugely grateful to everyone

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