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General information about the RCOG for event exhibitors and sponsors, such as venue, car parking availability and accommodation near the College.
RCOG event contacts
Natasha Breckwoldt, Sponsorship and Exhibition Sales
Joint RCOG/BritSPAG release: Issues surrounding women and girls undergoing female genital cosmetic surgery explored
Little research exists about the clinical effectiveness and risks in female genital cosmetic surgery (FGCS) and it should not normally be carried out on girls under 18 years, states two new papers published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians
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)
The DRCOG syllabus
Modules for the RCOG's Diploma exam, the DRCOG
The DRCOG is an assessment of knowledge and clinical problem solving, and targets doctors who wish to cultivate their knowledge in obstetrics, gynaecology, sexual and reproductive medicine as applied to
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women on endometriosis
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Subscriptions to TOG
Information about subscriptions to The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG), and answers to frequently asked questions about TOG subscriptions.
Fellows, Members and registered Trainees receive TOG as part of their membership
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.
Umbilical cord prolapse in late pregnancy
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women about umbilical cord prolapse which can happen in late pregnancy.
Perineal tearing is a national issue we must address
We know that around 90% of women tear during childbirth; however some women can suffer from more severe forms of tearing, which can significantly damage the anal sphincter, the muscle that controls the anus.
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