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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...
Recommendations – situational awareness
  Recommendation Staff undertaking a complex technical task should focus on it and delegate responsibility for looking at the overall picture to a colleague.   When staff are performing a technical task, they need to concentrate on it.
IRC election regulations
General terms Member of the RCOG / MRCOG Members of the College must be fully qualified doctors who have passed all parts of the Membership exam (MRCOG), having fulfilled the regulations regarding training. Members are subsequently admitted to the
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

This Scientific Impact Paper has been archived.
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.
Leading Colleges launch joint campaign to tackle domestic violence in pandemic
Leading Colleges including RCOG have launched a campaign aimed at encouraging healthcare professionals to work collaboratively and tackle domestic violence towards women and girls.
The RCOG Supporter Wall
We’re offering you the opportunity to add your name to the RCOG Supporter Wall for a suggested donation of £2,500 or more. Your donation will go towards our Transforming Women’s Health Campaign, to help future generations of women and girls across the
RCOG responds to latest guidance to protect those accessing fertility treatment
The RCOG has responded to the latest guidance from the Competition and Markets Authority to protect the rights of those accessing fertility treatment.
Obituary: John Malvern
Tribute to John Malvern given at Council on 7 April 2017 by Felicity Ashworth Mr Malvern died peacefully in his sleep on 5 February 2017 at the age of 79.  His wife Katharine, married for 51 years, described that he just didn't wake up one

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