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Nepal Earthquake – Message of Support from the RCOG
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG) would like to express our support to the people of Nepal after the recent earthquake there.
TEF Awards – Good practice 2018
RCOG education and training awards 2018: What can we learn from our top performing units? This is the second year that the RCOG has recognised the top training units in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in the UK, based on trainee feedback via the training
DRCOG format and pass mark
Format and pass mark of the RCOG’s Diploma exam, the DRCOG Format The DRCOG exam changes to a new format in April 2020. The DRCOG exam consists of 2 written papers, each lasting 90 minutes (3 hours in total). There is no oral assessment. The 2 papers
A letter from Sussex Place, December 2013
Dr David Richmond, RCOG President, writes... This year has been extremely busy for the RCOG and the health profession. We have seen many changes to healthcare in the UK. The final report of the Francis Inquiry has prioritised the need for improved
OSATS, benign abdominal surgery: open and laparoscopic ATSM
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the ATSM in benign abdominal surgery: open and laparoscopic. You have to be competent in: Opening and closing a vertical abdominal incision Items under observation: Preparation of the patient Cleans and
OSATS, oncology ATSM
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the ATSM in oncology. You have to be competent in: Total laparoscopic hysterectomy Items under observation: Obtains appropriate consent Correct use of antibiotics Patient positioned correctly on the
Oman’s top tourist attractions
Forts and castles Oman is steeped in history with more than 500 forts and castles scattered throughout the country with 22 managed by the Ministry of Tourism. An historian’s dream, many forts and castles have been restored and are open to the public
Obituary: Margaret Mary Anderson
Mary Anderson was born in Scotland in 1932. After studying at Forres Academy she went to Edinburgh University where she graduated MB ChB in 1956. She departed Edinburgh some three years later to seek educational enlightenment in the land of the
ATSM: Fetal medicine (2018)
The fetal medicine (2018) ATSM is designed to prepare you for dealing with congenital abnormalities detected during pregnancy, including the organisation and supervision of screening programmes for structural and chromosomal anomalies. Updates to the
Obituary: Richard William Beard
Obituary presented to RCOG Council January 27th 2012 Richard Beard was Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington from 1972 to 1996. He was an innovator who championed breakthroughs in the care of pregnant women and their

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