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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.
A letter from Sussex Place, August 2014
Ian Currie, Vice President of UK Affairs writes... In this month’s Scanner, I am pleased to let you all know that very soon the RCOG will have a new website. At long last you might say! In fact, a great deal of behind-the-scenes work has been undertaken
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
Deanery management of subspecialty training and trainees
Guidance on how Heads of Schools (HoS) and subspecialty Training Programme Directors (TPDs) should work together to address training requirements for subspecialty trainees. This is especially important as many subspecialty trainees are on out of
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,
New Exams IT system
The RCOG is launching the first phase of our new Exams IT System to support our MRCOG and DRCOG exams from September 2020. This will see us transition our written exam provision (MRCOG Part 1 & 2 and DRCOG) from a paper-based to a computer-based
Core module 1: Clinical skills
The clinical skills core module will help you understand and demonstrate the appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes to perform assessment of women by means of clinical history taking and physical examination.  Available resources A list
Premature ovarian insufficiency (POI) or premature menopause
The average age for someone to go through the menopause, when they stop producing eggs, is about 51. However, it can happen much earlier, including when someone is still in their teens, 20s or 30s. This is known as premature ovarian insufficiency or
Obituary: Malcolm Campbell Macnaughton
Professor Alan Cameron writes... Thank you for asking me to pay tribute to Professor Sir Malcolm Campbell Macnaughton, a former President of this College from 1984-1987. Callum as he was known to everyone who knew him, was born in Glasgow on the 4 April
Sepsis following Pregnancy, Bacterial (Green-top Guideline No. 64b)
This guideline provides guidance in the management of sepsis in the puerperium (sepsis developing after birth until 6 weeks postnatally).

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