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Baby & You magazine
Baby & You is a magazine produced by B&Y Publishing Ltd in association with the RCOG. Baby & You is distributed free to pregnant women around the start of their second trimester. Baby & You contains a collection of informative editorial
Minimum Standards in Respect of Elective Work Performed during a Consultant’s Absence (Good Practice No. 3)
This guidance addresses the issue of accountability when a specialist registrar is undertaking elective work when the consultant nominally responsible is absent.
RCOG statement on GMC report on the effects of the EWTR on doctors in training
The General Medical Council (GMC) has published its report The Impact of the Working Time Regulations on Medical Education and Training.
One third of UK doctors may suffer from workplace ’burnout’
One in three obstetricians and gynaecologists may suffer from workplace burnout, which could affect their wellbeing and how they treat patients, finds new research by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and Imperial College London
Health Committee inquiry into improving suicide prevention in England
Suicide rates in England have been rising in recent years, reaching 4,882 in 2014. Although suicide disproportionately affects men, with male suicides accounting for 76% of suicides in England in 2014, between 2013 and 2014 there was a 14% increase in
Engaging with women and the profession
This week began with a loud bang – the much anticipated start to GMC Revalidation followed by the unexpected but joyful announcement of a royal pregnancy. Any other news will pale in comparison but I feel compelled to draw your attention to discussions
Flight for Every Mother and global maternal health
Last week RCOG trainee, Dr Sophia Webster, did her part in helping to raise awareness of the challenges facing maternal health worldwide as she embarked on her Flight For Every Mother journey. The RCOG, along with the International Federation of
Female genital cosmetic surgery – efficacy and risks
We recently published a paper into the ethical considerations in relation to female genital cosmetic surgery (FGCS), procedures which change the structure and appearance of the healthy external genitalia of women, or internally in the case of vaginal
Obituary: George Henry Bancroft-Livingston
George Bancroft-Livingston was one of two children born to Henry Livingston and Barbara (Nee Bancroft) on 13 October 1920 in San Francisco, USA. He was the second of three generations to be educated at Stonyhurst College Lancashire where he went from
Obituary: Colin Bullough
30/12/1939 – 15/06/2006Community obstetricianMRCOG 1972 FRCOG 1984 Colin Bullough was one of a small self-selected group of British-born ‘community' obstetricians whose rare commitment had a major impact on maternal and child health services in Africa

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