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RCOG and BSUG response to NHS Mesh report
NHS England has today published a new report setting out progress to improve information about treatment options and support for women with stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. 
Sarah Lever
Sarah Lever, a doctor from London talks about her experience of volunteering with the Leading Safe Choices programme… My first involvement in the Leading Safe Choices programme was participating in the pre-test of the specially developed curriculum in
How to register for an ATSM
To register for an ATSM, you need to apply prospectively to the RCOG. Before applying If you’re an NTN holder, you should discuss your ATSM plans at your ARCP at the end of year 4 If you’re an LAT (ST6/7 equivalent), you should discuss your ATSM plans
External assessors for O&G undergraduate assessments
This page provides contact details for external assessors for O&G undergraduate assessments, by medical school or university (A–Z list). Click on the assessor’s name to send them an email.   Medical school/university Assessor Aberdeen
RCOG statement: 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence
Today marks the start of 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence; a global campaign that runs from the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (25 November) to Human Rights Day (10 December). 
RCOG release: Advice for women on cervical smear tests and pregnancy
Women who are invited for their routine smear test whilst they are pregnant can wait until after their baby is born but there are circumstances when women should still attend for their smear or colposcopy, advises new patient information published today
A letter from Sussex Place, January 2014
Ian Currie, Vice President, UK Affairs, writes... This time last year I wrote to you about New Year resolutions. It is at this time of year we reflect on what we have done and achieved in our professional and personal lives, as well as looking forward
TOG press release: One in three women under 35 ‘missing out’ on cervical screening
National rollout of HPV testing, as well as the introduction of self-testing, could improve uptake and further reduce the incidence of cervical cancer in the UK 
ARCP (Annual Review of Competence Progression)
This section provides a range of information about the Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP), a formal assessment that determines whether you can progress to the next year of the specialty training programme. Progression through training is
FAQs about less than full-time training
Answers to frequently asked questions about less than full-time (LTFT) training For general information about LTFT training, please visit the main LTFT training page. What is LTFT training? Who can train LTFT? What are the criteria for LTFT

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