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Council précis, September 2021
Overview of the Council meeting which took place on 17 September 2021.
Mr Edward Morris, RCOG President, reported on the following activities:
The College, in partnership with FIGO and ACOG, has developed an international childbirth
Intercollegiate report on tackling FGM – progress update
The Intercollegiate Group on FGM will look back and discuss developments and progress since the publication of Tackling FGM in the UK: Intercollegiate recommendations for identifying, recording and reporting in November 2013
2021 committee meeting dates
Advanced Training Committee
OSATS, intermediate ultrasound in gynaecology
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the intermediate ultrasound in gynaecology module.
You have to be competent in:
Ultrasound assessment of the normal female pelvis
Ultrasound assessment of uterine fibroids
Ultrasound assessment of
ARCP (Annual Review of Competence Progression)
This section provides a range of information about the Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP), a formal assessment that determines whether you can progress to the next year of the specialty training programme.
Progression through training is
This paper provides advice for clinicians in obtaining consent of women undergoing sterilisation by laparoscopy or hysteroscopy or at the time of caesarean section.
RCOG/BMS response to Lancet study
Joint Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists & British Menopause Society statement in response to the Lancet study on HRT use and breast cancer risk.
TOG reviews the obstetric care for asylum seekers and refugees in the UK
An article in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG) published today (21 October 2015) reviews the current state of obstetric care for women who are asylum seekers and refugees in the UK.
Obituary: Saras Smith
Saras Smith (née Saraswati Keskar) was born in Bihar, Eastern India, on 22nd April 1936, the third of six children.
She qualified with an M.B. and B.S. from Bihar University in 1958, took the M.S. (Obst & Gynae) at Bihar in 1963, and moved to the
BJOG release: Induction of labour may reduce the risk of caesarean sections, suggests new study
Women at high-risk of caesarean section may benefit from elective induction of labour, suggests a new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
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