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Obituary: Mike Patterson
Mike Patterson undertook his medical training at the University of Birmingham Graduating in 1971. Mike stayed in Birmingham for clinical training then embarked on his MD thesis examining the risks of malignancies in Menopausal  women, and he
Working during pregnancy: special considerations
This page provides information about special considerations around pregnancy and maternity. The guidance has been developed by the RCOG Trainees’ Committee but is also relevant post-CCT, and covers: Assisted conception treatments Adoption
What next?
  The RCOG will continue to work closely with workforce planners and decision makers to address workforce challenges and ensure the profession has the correct number and skill mix to continue to deliver safe O&G services now and in the
Draft NICE guidelines on antenatal and postnatal maternal health
NICE is in the process of updating its guideline on the clinical management of antenatal and postnatal mental health.
RCOG/BSUG statement on draft NICE guidance on SUI and POP
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has today published draft guidance on the management of stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.
ATSM: Labour ward lead (2018)
The labour ward lead (2018) ATSM will help prepare you to become a lead obstetrician. If you undertake this ATSM, you will also need to complete the advanced labour ward practice (2018) ATSM. Updates to the obstetric ATSMs, April 2018: The GMC has
Part 1 MRCOG: syllabus
The Part 1 MRCOG covers the basic and applied sciences relevant to the clinical practice of O&G. This page summarises the syllabus, explaining what you’ll need to know for the Part 1 MRCOG exam. Part 1 MRCOG Capabilities in Practice (CiPs) and
HIV in Pregnancy, Management (Green-top Guideline No. 39)
This guideline has now been archived as the British HIV Association (BHIVA) has produced a comprehensive guideline on the management of HIV infection in pregnant women, which covers the same topic.
RCOG release: Advice for women on cervical smear tests and pregnancy
Women who are invited for their routine smear test whilst they are pregnant can wait until after their baby is born but there are circumstances when women should still attend for their smear or colposcopy, advises new patient information published today
A letter from Sussex Place, September 2013
Mr Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes… I would like to start this month’s letter by giving thanks to Professor Wendy Reid and Professor James Walker. My gratitude goes to both Jimmy and Wendy for their wisdom, support and personal guidance during

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