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BSGE Symposium on Modern Management of Fibroids, November 2016
Many thanks for registering for the Early Pregnancy and Gynaecological Ultrasound course on 4 November 2016. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details
RCOG policy briefing: New advice on alcohol consumption levels in pregnancy
The Chief Medical Officers of all four nations of the UK have published (8 January 2016) new guidelines on alcohol consumption.
RSS feeds relevant to obstetrics and gynaecology
RSS feeds are a way to automatically receive new information being added to websites. The following RSS feeds on various topics relevant to obstetrics and gynaecology are taken from the PubMed database. If you’re new to using RSS feeds,
Obtaining Valid Consent (Clinical Governance Advice No. 6)
This guidance provides a good practice framework for obtaining valid consent in obstetrics and gynaecology.
Diabetes in pregnancy (NICE clinical guideline 3)
This guideline offers evidence-based advice on managing diabetes and its complications in women who are planning pregnancy and those who are already pregnant.
Interim clinical guidelines on Zika virus infection and pregnancy
The College has worked closely with the RCM, PHE and HPS to produce guidelines on Zika virus in pregnancy for healthcare professionals.
Guidelines: Women's and children's health
Women's and children's health guidelines that have been produced or are currently in development A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R
Assigning risk status at the onset of labour
  The first theme that emerged on reviewing the reports was the quality of assessment of risk for mothers and their babies at the start of labour.   By incorrectly assigning a mother to a low-risk pathway, maternity providers limit the
RCOG statement: MBRRACE-UK report on stillbirths and neonatal deaths
Today, MBRRACE-UK publishes its annual perinatal mortality surveillance report which examines the deaths of babies from 24 weeks of pregnancy. There were 3,252 stillbirths and 1,381 neonatal deaths in 2014, which means almost 6 deaths per 1,000
RCOG statement: Advice on nutrition in pregnancy
A new study, based on fruit-flies, from the Medical Research Council’s Clinical Sciences Centre at Imperial College London, has suggested that women may not need to ‘eat for two’ during pregnancy because the body could adapt to absorb more energy from

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