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A letter from Sussex Place, May 2012
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes.... “What do I get for my money?” This question is constantly being asked by the membership today in respect to RCOG subscriptions; and why not? In these times of austerity everyone is feeling the pinch, so
Improving Patient Safety: Risk Management for Maternity and Gynaecology (Clinical Governance Advice No. 2)
This document provides clinical governance advice on managing risk within obstetrics and gynaecology services.
Endometriosis Millennium Fund
The RCOG is proud to support the organising committee of the world Congress of Endometriosis who through generous donation, have established the Endometriosis Millennium Fund.   Prize Available to RCOG Members and Trainees working in the UK and
Evaluation of the Women’s Voices Panel
61 members of the panel recently gave feedback on how membership of the panel works for them. You provided us with lots of useful information and ideas. Feedback was generally very positive but there is room for improvement! Some of the things you told
BJOG study looks at pregnancy complications in older women
Women who give birth at a very advanced maternal age (48 years+) are at higher risk of pregnancy complications, however most can be explained by multiple pregnancy or the use of assisted conception, suggests a new study published today (1 September) in
Improving Patient Handover (Good Practice No. 12)
This guidance shares good practice on effective handover of teams.
Non-RCOG roles and opportunities
Non-RCOG roles and opportunities that may interest our Fellows and Members See also all current RCOG opportunities   Non-RCOG Roles There are no non-RCOG roles at this time. See our RCOG roles here.   Surveys There are no surveys at this
RCOG response to the Kirkup Report
 The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) has produced its formal response to the Kirkup Report. 
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.
NICE guidelines on antenatal and postnatal mental health
This guideline covers the mental healthcare of women who have, or are at risk of, mental health problems in the antenatal period and the postnatal period, from childbirth to the end of the first year. 

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