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Maternal death report highlights heart disease risk for pregnant women
The latest Confidential Enquiry into Maternal Deaths and Morbidity report Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ care highlights that in 2012-2014, 200 women died during pregnancy or shortly after birth. 
Dame Hilda Lloyd (1891–1982)
Achievements: First woman president of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 1949 Founder member of the Women’s Visiting Gynaecological Club, 1936 Knighted: DBE in 1951 Remembered for: Pioneer of obstetrical flying squad in
Clinical Guidelines for Early Medical Abortion at Home – England
This document provides guidance for healthcare professionals in England who provide care for women considering early medical abortion at home (EMA) up to and including 9 weeks 6 days gestation when the first medication is administered.
Labetalol tablets supply issue
The Department of Health and Social Care has written to all Trusts with urgent advice about UK-wide supply issues with Labetalol tablets of all strengths.
New forced marriage law
Today, the Government introduces a new law against forced marriage in the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and publishes its multi-agency guidance on dealing with forced marriage.
RCOG advises against the use of fetal home dopplers
The Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) have published updated guidance on the use of fetal home dopplers, a hand-held ultrasound device that uses soundwaves to listen to a fetal heartbeat.
RCOG response to UK general election
Ahead of the UK general election on 8 June, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists calls on political parties to support women’s health priorities.
Delivering postgraduate training in O&G – information for trainers
This section provides information to help trainers deliver the specialty training programme in O&G. You may also find some of the information aimed at trainees useful: About specialty training in O&G – overview of the training programme,
Your right to erasure
The right to erasure gives you the right to have your personal data deleted. This is also known as the "right to be forgotten". The right is not absolute and only applies in certain circumstances. You can request to have your personal data erased
Core Curriculum: CiP 12
Capability in Practice This CiP is grouped under Professional Identity   Key Skills Descriptors Manages pre-existing medical conditions in the pregnant woman   Demonstrates the ability to provide preconceptual advice to women and

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