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Finley's story
Charlotte Smith shares the story of her son Finley, who died due to lack of oxygen to the brain during birth. We found out we were pregnant and expecting our 2nd baby in May 2017. We were completely overjoyed. It took us 4 years of trying and a round
Library collections
The RCOG Library has a unique collection of books, reports and journals covering women’s health from 1478 onwards. In March 2011 the Royal College of Midwives collection of books, journals, archives and artefacts relating to the current practice and
Felicity Ashworth
Felicity Ashworth, past Fellows’ Representative, Thames Valley and Wessex, writes about what it’s like being on Council...  I was appointed to Council as the Fellows’ representative for the South East of England in July 2013, surprisingly
Newly Appointed Consultants, October 2014
Many thanks for registering for Newly Appointed Consultants on Thursday 9 October 2014. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My profile’ are
Ovarian cysts before the menopause
This patient information leaflet provides advice for premenopausal women who have been diagnosed with a possible cyst in one or both ovaries.
Franchised MRCOG Part 2 Revision Course
This page is dedicated solely to the UK Faculty speaking at one of the RCOG Part 2 Franchised Courses.  Course materials All course materials are copyright of the RCOG and can only be used for the purpose of teaching the specified RCOG course. You
Why Obs and Gynae? by Rima Dhillon
Each year, the RCOG invites foundation trainees to tell us why they’ve chosen a career in O&G for the Why Obs and Gynae? prize. This is a submission from Rima Dhillon, an FY2 at City Hospital Birmingham. Why obs and gynae? ‘Why Obs and Gynae?
Link found between pain during or after sexual intercourse and mode of delivery
Operative birth is associated with persisting pain during or after sexual intercourse, known as dyspareunia, suggests a new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (BJOG).
Pregnant women should be screened for substance abuse
Nearly two in 10 (19.6%) women in the Western Cape, South Africa drink alcohol while pregnant*; twice the international average and more than double the number in the US (8.5%)**. Meanwhile, statistics show that almost 9% of expectant mothers in South
1. Entrance criteria: Am I eligible for the MTI?
Criteria for MTI eligibility You must meet the following criteria to be considered for selection.   MRCOG You must have a valid Part 1 MRCOG exam pass result which has not expired. This means either: You passed the Part 1 MRCOG exam within

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