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Scottish Confidential Audit of Severe Maternal Morbidity
The Scottish Confidential Audit of Severe Maternal Morbidity by Healthcare Improvement Scotland looks at data from 2012. The 10th Annual Report also looks back over the last 10 years.
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.
I am/want to be a Workplace Behaviour Champion
Module 6 of the RCOG’s Workplace Behaviour Toolkit is designed to explore the role of Workplace Behaviour Champions, and to support those who undertake the role.
This includes individuals across all professions who undertake the role at a local level.
Information and resources for trainees and hospitals already involved with the Medical Training Initiative (MTI) scheme.
For an introduction to the MTI scheme, and how to apply, please visit the main MTI page.
The RCOG training
Council précis, September 2015
This page contains the précis from the Council meeting which took place on 25-26 September 2015.
Friday 25 September
Representation Working Party Report
Following the decision at a previous Council to change the voting procedures, a schedule has
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 email@example.com.
RCOG international opportunities
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
Urogynaecology subspecialty training
Subspecialty training in Urogynaecology, including the curriculum and assessments
Urogynaecology curriculum – October 2019
Urogynaecology – Definitive Document (PDF 1.7mb)
This is the Definitive Document for the Urogynaecology curriculum 2019
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.
A low risk
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