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International Day to End Obstetric Fistula
The RCOG is supporting the UNFPA International Day to End Obstetric Fistula and has launched the RCOG/Marcus Filshie Fellowship to support fistula services at Kitovu Hospital, Masaka region in Uganda.
Part 1 & 2 MRCOG Standard Setting sub-committee
Meeting dates (10:00 start) 2021 8 July 2021 23 September 2021   Remit Reporting mechanism The Part 1 & 2 MRCOG Standard Setting sub-committee reports to the Examination and Assessment Committee.  Objectives Setting examination scores
Timely actions when an abnormality is identified
  Another theme that emerged on reviewing these babies was the potential to improve the outcome had the abnormality identified through intermittent auscultation been recognised and/or acted upon in a more timely manner.   Situation A low risk
MTI Regional Champions
MTI Regional Champions are regional ambassadors for the RCOG MTI scheme MTI Regional Champions: act as advisors for host trusts and potential employers; provide pastoral support for MTI doctors already in training in the UK and their Educational
My deanery has a problem with bullying or undermining (for HoS/TPDs)
Module 5 of the RCOG’s Workplace Behaviour Toolkit is aimed primarily at those affiliated with a training deanery. This includes Heads of School and Training Programme Directors, as well as supporting Regional Workplace Behaviours Champions. It
Social media and email
The right for colleagues to be treated with respect and to be free from bullying, undermining and rudeness, extends across all forms of communication. The temptation when using ‘depersonalised’ forms of communication is that courtesy and respect can
CPD FAQs: special circumstances
Information on special circumstances that might affect a doctor’s ability to participate in CPD See also the full RCOG CPD guidance for doctors in special circumstances. Doctors excluded from work CPD during illness (planned and unplanned) Return to
Opportunities to get involved in RCOG global health
This page contains details of all the ways you can get involved in global health with the RCOG. If you’re interested in any of these opportunities, or want to find out more, please email globalhealthinfo@rcog.org.uk. RCOG international opportunities
16 Days of Activism: resources to get involved
How to get involved with the 16 Days of Activism campaign 2020 – 16 Days of Activism 2020: All the women we won't miss Read our 16 Days of Activism campaign for 2020, including professional tools for health professionals and resources for women Orange
Facebook scam warning
8 February 2021 The College has been made aware of a fraudulent Facebook page which has been set up to seemingly scam healthcare professionals. The Facebook page is set up using the official RCOG logo, with posts on the page asking doctors to contact

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