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RCOG response to NI report on termination for Fatal Fetal Abnormality
The report of an inter-Departmental working group in Northern Ireland on termination of pregnancies in fatal fetal abnormality cases has been published.
NES Training ePortfolio
As of Thursday 6 June 2019, the RCOG has launched a new Training ePortfolio platform. All NES Training ePortfolio users will be automatically transferred to this new system between May 2019 and October 2019. No users will remain on the old Training
MRCOG Part 1: Expression of interest
Submit an expression of interest for the Part 1 MRCOG exam Candidates can submit an expression of interest using the form below. Please check carefully and make sure your details are correct. September 2021 Part 1 exam The expression of interest
Disciplinary, Removal and Reinstatement Committee (DRRC)
Meeting papers Members of the Disciplinary, Removal and Reinstatement Committee can download meeting papers here (please note you will need to be signed into the website).   Terms of Reference (ToR) Membership &
Monthly blog from RCOG President
Last month we noted the one-year anniversary of the first lockdown in the UK. Over the past few weeks we have started the process of slowly coming out of our enforced hibernation...
Advanced Training registration fee
From 1 April 2017 the RCOG introduces a single Advanced Training fee for ST 6/7 trainees with a National Training Number (NTN). The Advanced Training fee is based on the current Trainees’ Register fee. The Advanced Training fee will cover: Full
Laparoscopic Injuries (Green-top Guideline No. 49)
This guideline has been transferred to the British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE) and can be can be downloaded from the BSGE website.
December 2020 – follow-up report
In response to concerns raised about the mandatory redeployment of O&G staff outside of maternity services in acute trusts, in June the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) carried out a survey, inviting UK trainees, associates,
Vaginal cancer
Information for women, their partners and families about vaginal cancer.  About vaginal cancer Vaginal cancer is a rare cancer that starts inside the vagina. It is most commonly diagnosed in women over 60 years old. The following links provide more
Acute pelvic inflammatory disease
This patient information leaflet provides advice on acute pelvic inflammatory disease.

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