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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
RCOG and BSUG response to NHS Mesh report
NHS England has today published a new report setting out progress to improve information about treatment options and support for women with stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse. 
Major step forward in battle against Group B Strep with launch of new leaflet
The battle against group B Strep (GBS) took a huge leap forward today with the launch of a new patient leaflet which will be provided to all pregnant women for the first time.
FSRH and RCOG issue call for urgent action to increase cervical screening attendance rates
The Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists are concerned about the reported drop in cervical screening rates for the year 2016-17 in England. Latest figures by NHS Digital for the
Managing the birth of extremely premature babies is complex and requires shared decision making
Managing the birth of extremely premature babies involves complex decisions and requires shared decision making between healthcare professionals and parents, says a new scientific opinion paper published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and
An Update on Infections During Pregnancy, November 2016
Many thanks for registering for the An Update on Infections During Pregnancy course on 14 November 2016. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My
Core module 12: Postpartum problems (the puerperium)
The postpartum problems (the puerperium) core module will help you understand and demonstrate appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes in relation to postpartum and neonatal problems. Available resources A list of all RCOG resources available
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 health inequalities and challenges faced by women in East London
Improving the health and life chances of women and their babies are issues very close to my heart, so it was a real honour to launch the new Barts Research Centre for Women’s Health earlier this month.
Response to Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ Care MBRRACE-UK report
Joint statement from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the British Maternal and Fetal Medicine Society (BMFMS) in response to Saving Lives, Improving Mothers’ Care MBRRACE-UK report.

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