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RCOG/FSRH publish joint manifesto for the General Election
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) today publish a joint manifesto for the General Election on Thursday 7 May 2015.
International Day to End Obstetric Fistula
Today marks the International Day to End Obstetric Fistula – an awareness day that aims to raise awareness of the condition. Obstetric fistula occurs due to complications in childbirth and the effects are devastating. Millions of women around the world
MRCOG Part 1 revision course, Indonesia 2014
Many thanks for registering for the MRCOG Part 1 Revision Course on Tuesday 21 – Friday 24 October 2014. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My
Thomas Watts Eden Fellowship
Applications are invited for the Thomas Watts Eden paediatric fellowship. The award, run by the Royal College of Physicians, enables doctors interested in neonatology and paediatric developments in infancy to acquire new skills or techniques in a
Previous versions of Maternal and fetal medicine subspecialty training
Previous versions of subspecialty training in maternal and fetal medicine, including the curriculum, logbooks and assessments Curriculum Maternal and fetal medicine subspecialty curriculum  (PDF, 1 mb) There is also a generic subspecialty
The College’s website – and NHS PCs
You can use many of our website's features with an older browser - but to get the best out of it, you need to upgrade. Although the College website has been designed to take advantage of modern browser technology, we know that some of our users access
Officers' update, May 2015
Paul Fogarty, Senior Vice President for Global Health, writes… On Thursday 21 May, the RCOG will be marking the UNFPA International Day to End Obstetric Fistula. This year we are delighted to exhibit the work of artist Jac Saorsa, who recently visited
Acting up and locum consultant posts
This page provides advice about acting up as a consultant near the end of specialty training, and working as a locum consultant. Acting up as a consultant Acting up as a consultant isn’t a mandatory part of training, but it is permitted if undertaken
Less than full-time (LTFT) training
Everything you need to know about less than full-time (LTFT) training, including general advice for LTFT trainees and answers to frequently asked questions. General advice for LTFT trainees Take time with your educational supervisors to plan your
Project Team
Each Baby Counts + Learn and Support is being delivered jointly by the RCOG and the RCM and managed by a central project team. 16 Local Development Leads, all of whom are midwives or obstetricians, have also been appointed to help deliver the

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