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2239 - MRCOG Part 1 Revision Course - Beijing
MRCOG Final Preparation: Part 1 Revision Course MRCOG Final Preparation: Part 1 Revision Course This 4-day course is an introduction to the Part 1 MRCOG exam; our comprehensive programme of lecture covers all components of the exam. Part One MRCOG,
2265 - MRCOG Final Preparation Part 3 Practical Course
MRCOG Final Preparation: Part 3 Practical Course MRCOG Final Preparation: Part 3 Practical Course A unique opportunity to practise and rehearse the clinical tasks set down in the new MRCOG Part 3 oral examination Part 3, Revision course, Exam,
2364 - ROBuST - John Radcliffe Hospital
RCOG Operative Birth Simulation Training (ROBuST) RCOG Operative Birth Simulation Training (ROBuST) The course consists of short lectures, hands-on workshops and small group discussions on teamwork and communication. ROBuST, Franchise, Operative
2385 - Training the Trainers Workshops - Shewzhen and Hong Kong - December 2019
Training the Trainers Workshops - Shewzhen and Hong Kong - December 2019 53bae198-b355-4aee-81b9-0785aeda520d 1 1 Active The Hong Kong College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists webmaster@rcog.org.uk Training Courses 2385 99 111 2385-
International Day to End Obstetric Fistula
The RCOG is a proud Global Partner of the UNFPA Campaign to End Fistula. We are a global advocate for all women suffering from obstetric fistula around the world, and are committed to keeping fistula at the top of everyone's agenda. Painting by Jac
Ruby’s story
Rebecca Ponchard shares the story of her daughter Ruby who died during labour, in support of the Each Baby Counts project. On the 6th of November 2013 at 00:10, our beautiful daughter Ruby was born after an emergency caesarean section. What was supposed
RCOG statement on re-appointment of Secretary of State for Health
The RCOG welcomes the re-appointment of Jeremy Hunt as Secretary of State for Health.
Archived guidelines and papers
Accessing non-current (archived) versions of the RCOG’s clinical guidance and patient information leaflets. The College website provides current and up-to-date guidance. We recognise that there are circumstances when health professionals and others may
BJOG release: Low-risk obese women, who have previously given birth, may have fewer complications than previously thought
In straightforward low-risk pregnancies, obese women who have previously had at least one baby are less likely to experience obstetric complications during labour and birth than low-risk first-time mothers, suggests a new study published today in BJOG:
Why the Leading Safe Choices programme is needed
This page explains why the RCOG Leading Safe Choices programme is responding to unmet needs. There is clear evidence that expanding contraceptive choice, particularly long-acting reversible methods, and increasing the provision of safe abortion

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