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TOG release: Women with pre-eclampsia are at higher risk of complications following childbirth, says a new review
Women with pre-eclampsia are at a higher risk of complications following delivery and should continue to be monitored for up to 72 hours, suggests a new review published today (11/01/13) in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG).
Heavy menstrual bleeding needs more attention
Many women suffering from heavy menstrual bleeding (HMB) wait over a year before being referred to secondary care found the second annual report of the HMB Audit published last week. This is a major project commissioned by the Healthcare Quality
Thematic analysis 1: Can all Each Baby Counts outcomes be avoided?
Each Baby Counts reviewers assessed the care of babies reported and considered that, in a number of instances, different care might not have changed the outcome. We do however acknowledge that there are still important lessons to be learned from these
RCOG statement on new NICE guidelines on domestic violence and abuse
Today NICE publishes new guidelines on domestic violence and abuse. The guidance reviews all of the evidence around domestic violence, and sets out recommendations for training to help identify, prevent and reduce domestic violence.
Ultrasound training
Ultrasound is integral to the clinical practice of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The RCOG has pioneered the introduction, and formalised assessment, of ultrasound as a core procedural skill in its postgraduate curriculum. Our ultrasound guidance document
RCOG Guidelines app
The RCOG Guidelines app is available to download for both Android and iOS. Features of the RCOG Guidelines app for iOS and Android Access to all of the Green-top Guidelines, a series of recommendations on focused areas of clinical practice
Obtaining Valid Consent (Clinical Governance Advice No. 6)
This guidance provides a good practice framework for obtaining valid consent in obstetrics and gynaecology.
Part 2 MRCOG: EMQs (extended matching questions)
The Extended matching question (EMQ) component of the Part 2 MRCOG exam Answering the questions Each EMQ answer sheet is numbered 1–50. Against each number there are 20 lozenges labelled A–T (not all the letters A–T may be used each time). Each question
Part 1 MRCOG: regulations
The Part 1 MRCOG regulations cover: General information Regulations for Membership The Part 1 MRCOG exam Method of application General rules for exam candidates General information Medical practitioners who intend to train for the MRCOG exam are
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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