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RCOG statement on the NMPA report
Commenting in response to the National Maternity and Perinatal Audit (NMPA) Organisational Report 2017, Professor Lesley Regan, President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), said:
GBS audit
The GBS audit examined current practice in preventing early-onset neonatal group B streptococcal disease (EOGBS). The project was led by the RCOG and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), supported by the Royal College of Midwives
Part 3 MRCOG Clinical Examiners
We are recruiting Clinical Examiners for the Part 3 MRCOG exam The Membership Examination (MRCOG), for hospital doctors wishing to specialise in obstetrics and gynaecology, currently consists of a Part 1 written examination, Part 2 written examination
Part 1: New to Genomics
These resources have been reviewed by a panel of consultants and trainees. Quotes have been provided by this panel.   1.1 Are you ready for genomic medicine in the NHS? Video 3min animation A short introduction to the Health Education England (HEE)
Fellows and Members
This section of the website provides information for RCOG Fellows and Members about their membership. Some pages on the RCOG website are restricted to Fellows and Members, so please sign in to the site to make sure you can access everything you’re
Research funding opportunities
This page provides links to organisations and funders that offer research opportunities, research fellowships and grants. Click on the links to find out more. Academy of Medical Sciences Action Medical Research Cancer Research UK Chief Scientist
Human factors overview
Human factors have been highlighted before as causes of clinical errors in high-profile reports in obstetrics. The 2014 MBRRACE-UK maternal report[i] highlighted ‘fixation error’ that must be avoided by being sure to “always consider other possible
Our commitment to end obstetric fistula
It has been over 10 years since the UNFPA and its partners, of which the RCOG is one, launched its global Campaign to End Fistula in 2003.
Why Obs and Gynae? by Harry Gibson
Each year, the RCOG invites foundation trainees to tell us why they've chosen a career in O&G for the Why Obs and Gynae? prize. This is a submission from Harry Gibson, an FY2 at the Royal Free Hospital. Why obstetrics and gynaecology? Wanted:
BJOG release: Moderate exercise helps prevent gestational diabetes
Women who exercise during pregnancy are less likely to have gestational diabetes, and the exercise also helps to reduce maternal weight gain, finds a study published today in BJOG: an International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

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