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This guideline has been updated. The management and diagnosis of placenta praevia and placenta accreta is addressed in Green-top Guideline No. 27a, and the management and diagnosis of vasa praevia is addressed in Green-top Guideline No. 27b.
PMDD Awareness Month 2018
April marks Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) Awareness Month, a campaign to raise awareness and advocate change for those affected by PMDD, a very severe form of premenstrual syndrome. Laura Murphy, a member of the RCOG’s Women’s Voices
Multi-disciplinary maternity care is key to improving maternal outcomes
Today two leading Royal Colleges have said its vital that all pregnant women admitted to hospital with COVID-19 have multi-disciplinary maternity care from the start and that the information given to pregnant women must be accessible to all. Responding
2. Increased support for specialty doctors (SAS, Staff grade, Trust, etc.)
  There is currently a large workforce of doctors who are not on training schemes or in consultant positions but who provide an invaluable service to O&G departments.   It is important to have middle-grade posts that are not dependent on
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented change in the NHS. It has been remarkable to see the scale and pace of this change and the collective effort of staff to support it. Throughout the pandemic maternity services have continued to
Developing patient information leaflets
The development process for our patient information leaflets Patient information development process Initial draft The RCOG’s Patient Information Committee is made up of obstetricians and gynaecologists, midwives and members of the RCOG
A letter from Sussex Place, December 2011
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes: ...this is the time of year when we often take a moment to reflect on our private and professional careers. A time when we sit down and plan for the next twelve months and beyond; a sort of personal development
Finley’s story
Mel Scott shares her son Finley’s story, in support of the Each Baby Counts project. My first pregnancy ended with a missed miscarriage after just a few days. In time we fell pregnant again. After a nervous 12 weeks, we settled into a
Management of Inherited Bleeding Disorders in Pregnancy (Green-top Guideline No. 71)
This guideline is intended for both specialist haematologists and obstetricians who have experience in managing pregnant patients with bleeding disorders. In addition, it may be a useful reference text for obstetric anaesthetists and neonatologists.
3. Does bullying and undermining occur in O&G/maternity care?
Poor workplace behaviours are experienced by people of all types and in all professions. Sadly, O&G and maternity care are no exception. Some facts and figures: In 2020 18.7% of NHS staff reported having experienced at least one incident of

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