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How can healthcare professionals better identify and support women?
Using these steps will help to ensure that women aren’t missed Identify and intervene 1. Be open-minded and don’t make assumptions. There is a common misconception that women who are at risk, or who have suffered violence, may look a certain way, may
Undertaking subspecialty training as OOPT in another deanery
If you wish to undertake subspecialty training in a different deanery from your home deanery, this will be managed using the out of programme for training (OOPT) process. This type of OOPT is exempt from the general OOPT requirement to obtain
ENTOG exchange report, Turin, Italy 2016
I was lucky to be chosen to attend the 26th ENTOG exchange 2016. We took part in an exchange programme hosted by the Sant’Anna Womens Hospital on 16 - 18 May , and on the 19 May we joined the ENTOG scientific programme at the EBCOG
DRCOG complaints and appeals policy
The policies for MRCOG and DRCOG complaints and appeals have been combined. Please see the page for Examinations complaints and appeals.    
Inadequate staffing levels
  When analysing the reviews, there was a recurring theme of perceived inadequate staffinglevels and high unit activity contributing towards staff stress and fatigue.   In some instances, it was understandable how the external stressors
Overall findings for 2015
The final results for the babies born in 2015 who have been reported to Each Baby Counts. 723 251 term babies born in the UK in 2015 Exclusions: Ineligible babies Babies excluded centrally (congenital or chromosomal abnormalities) (51) Potential
Each Baby Counts reports and project updates
Stay up to date with Each Baby Counts reports, events, quarterly newsletters, and other project updates. Reports Each Baby Counts 2020 final progress report Read about the programme’s overall findings for EBC babies born in 2018 and a summary of the
Assessment and appraisal – information for trainers
This section of the site explains how O&G trainees are assessed and appraised throughout the specialty training programme. This information is designed for RCOG trainers. For information about the specialty training programme, curriculum and MRCOG
Core Curriculum: CiP 2
Capability in Practice 2: The doctor is able to work effectively within health organisations. This CiP is grouped under Professional Identity 1: Healthcare Professional.   Key Skills Descriptors Aware of the healthcare systems in the four
ATSM: Forensic gynaecology
The forensic gynaecology ATSM is designed to create departmental and regional leaders who can structure a successful multiprofessional service to manage the victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Curriculum The forensic gynaecology ATSM

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