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RCOG/AAGBI Global health partnership map
The RCOG and the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) have collaborated to enable information sharing and volunteer offering/finding placements for O&G and anaesthesia global health projects on a global map hosted on the
Trainees' Committee Elections
The RCOG has a number of vacancies on the Trainees’ Committee, which meets twice a year at the College. Read the constitution of the Trainees’ Committee  
Obituary: Mike Patterson
Mike Patterson undertook his medical training at the University of Birmingham Graduating in 1971. Mike stayed in Birmingham for clinical training then embarked on his MD thesis examining the risks of malignancies in Menopausal  women, and he
RCOG signs the SheDecides manifesto
SheDecides is a global movement to support the fundamental rights of girls and women to decide freely and for themselves about their sexual lives, including whether, when, with whim and how many children they have.
Franchising policy for RCOG educational courses
Individuals and organisations wishing to hold RCOG branded courses can apply to the RCOG for permission. The necessary information to run these courses will be included in an application pack, which will be supplied on request to the RCOG Meetings
Obtaining Valid Consent for Complex Gynaecological Surgery (Clinical Governance Advice No. 6b)
This guidance provides a good practice framework for obtaining valid consent from women who undergo complex gynaecological surgery.
Extended systematic review support service for RCOG Fellows, Members and Trainees
The National Guideline Alliance (NGA) is a function within the RCOG undertaking evidence based research. The NGA has a diverse skill mix of staff with expertise in systematic reviewing, health economics, information science, project management and full
Would different care have made a difference to the outcome?
Where a reviewer indicates that there is enough information contained in the uploaded local review to assess the care provided, the reviewer is then asked whether different management might have made a difference to the outcome.   In 24% of
The Combined Use of Ultrasound and Fetal Magnetic Resonance Imaging for a Comprehensive Fetal Neurological Assessment in Fetal Congenital Cardiac Defects (Scientific Impact Paper No. 60)
This Scientific Impact Paper summarises the available evidence for the combined use of ultrasound and fetal magnetic resonance imaging to comprehensively assess the brain in fetuses with congenital cardiac defects.
Oman Congress, 2021
RCOG World Congress 2020 provides an unmissable opportunity to hear world leaders in the field and showcase your work to an international audience. Following sell-out Congresses in Cape Town, Singapore and London, we are delighted to be hosting RCOG

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