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Thomas Watts Eden Fellowship
Applications are invited for the Thomas Watts Eden paediatric fellowship. The award, run by the Royal College of Physicians, enables doctors interested in neonatology and paediatric developments in infancy to acquire new skills or techniques in a
Understanding Audit (Clinical Governance Advice No. 5)
This document discusses issues surrounding audit methodology and organisation, and how to implement change.
Part 3 MRCOG: regulations
The Part 3 MRCOG regulations cover: General information Regulations for Membership The Part 3 MRCOG exam Method of application General rules to be observed by all candidates for the Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 MRCOG exams Admission to
OASI Care Bundle Quality Improvement Project
The RCOG and Royal College of Midwives (RCM) are excited to announce the launch of the OASI Care Bundle Quality Improvement Project this month. We hope that this programme will reduce rates of obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASI). The long term
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and gynaecological services
The RCOG and Specialist Societies have developed a range of guidance for gynaecological services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Abnormal uterine bleeding Read the joint RCOG, BSGE and BGCS guidance for the management of abnormal uterine bleeding in the
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.
Improving fetal monitoring
The Each Baby Counts 2015 report identified that out of the 556 babies for whom different care might have led to a different outcome, there were 409 babies for whom fetal monitoring was identified as a critical contributory factor by one or
Officers' update, March 2015
David Richmond, RCOG President, writes... The General Election is six weeks away and there has been a flurry of political activity and the publication of reports just before the traditional pre-election “shut down”. Not least of which was the Kirkup
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 
RCOG and FSRH letter on DUP abortion stance
The President of the Royal College of Obstetricans and Gynaecologists, Professor Lesley Regan, and President of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, Dr Asha Kasliwal, have today written to the Prime Minister expressing their deep concern

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