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Outpatient hysteroscopy
This information is for you if you have been offered hysteroscopy as an outpatient. It may also be helpful if you are a partner, relative or friend of someone who has been offered this procedure.
TOG press release: Review examines strategies to prevent stillbirth
A review in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG) finds that reducing the risk of stillbirth calls for better monitoring of women during their pregnancy to help find those whose babies’ lives could be saved by early delivery.
About RCOG guidelines
The RCOG produces guidance in a range of series. The different types of guideline are explained below: Best Practice Papers Clinical Governance Advice Consent Advice Good Practice Green-top Guidelines National Evidence-based Clinical Guidelines
New RCOG website coming 2022
Creating a first class experience for our website visitors The RCOG is launching a new, modern, and innovative website early in 2022, transforming the existing site to create a clean, clear and easy-to-navigate platform. The new website
RCOG statement on Brook/FPA report on cuts to sexual health services
Commissioned by Brook and Family Planning Association (FPA), this new report Unprotected Nation looks at how NHS efficiency savings in contraception and sexual health services could cost the NHS more in the long term.
Developing a Return To Work course
Overview Who should the course be aimed at? Any doctor (Trainee, SAS doctor, Non-training doctor, Consultant) who is returning to clinical practice after a period of time away from Obstetrics and Gynaecology for any reason.   What should the course
2590 - MRCOG Part 2 Virtual Revision Course - Autumn 2021 - CANCELLED
MRCOG Part 2: Virtual Revision Course - CANCELLED MRCOG Part 2: Virtual Revision Course The Virtual Revision Course is a 6-week revision programme to prepare you for the Part 2 MRCOG examination. Part 2 Exam, Revision Course, Enhanced Revision
Headaches in pregnancy and the postnatal period
Most headaches in pregnancy and the postnatal period are benign, but healthcare professionals must be alert to the rarer and more severe causes of headaches, suggests a new review published today in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG)
Pregnancy sickness (nausea and vomiting of pregnancy and hyperemesis gravidarum)
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women on pregnancy sickness.
Advice for trainees on termination of pregnancy: FAQs
This page provides answers to frequently asked questions by trainees about termination of pregnancy. It provides examples of some of the issues discussed in the advice for trainees on termination of pregnancy produced by the RCOG Trainees’

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