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RCOG release: New patient information on breast cancer and pregnancy published
Most women treated for breast cancer during pregnancy or women who become pregnant after treatment for breast cancer have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies, states new Patient Information published today by The Royal College of Obstetricians and
Ovulation induction
  BFS quick guide: Ovulation induction in WHO Type 1 anovulation www.britishfertilitysociety.org.uk/­quickguides/­ovulation-induction-in-who-type-1-anovulation/ Quick guide to ovulation induction for women with low oestrogen levels due to
ARCP: general information
Overview of the Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP), including how to prepare, what to expect at the ARCP meeting, and possible ARCP outcomes. Preparing for your ARCP To prepare for your ARCP: You should ensure that you’ve achieved all the
DRCOG: SBA sample questions
Sample questions and answers for the RCOG’s Diploma exam (DRCOG) Single best answer (SBAs) questions SBAs require you to select the single most appropriate answer from the 5 options.   Example question 1 1. A 26-year-old nulliparous woman attends
Lilian Chamgezi
Lilian Chamgezi: Nursing officer from Sinza Hospital, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Sister Lilian Chamgezi attended the Leading Safe Choices Postpartum Family Planning course in Dar es Salaam in May 2016. Since then, Sister Lilian has received supportive
Revised guideline on chickenpox in pregnancy published
Up-to-date guidelines on managing chickenpox in pregnancy are published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG).
Review of complaints and compliments
Details on ‘review of complaints and compliments’ in the context of revalidation, and guidance on how to prepare for this element of revalidation Complaints Formal complaints are expressions of dissatisfaction or grievance about you or your team, or
Maternal Medicine: Medical Complications in Pregnancy, April 2017
Many thanks for registering for Maternal Medicine: Medical Complications in Pregnancy on 6 - 7 April 2017. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My
Resources for family historians at the RCOG
Was your ancestor an obstetrician, gynaecologist or midwife? Published and unpublished material held by the RCOG Library and Archive could help you find out more about them and their work. Examples of the type of information held are shown below, and
OSATS, advanced labour ward practice (2018) ATSM
OSATS requirements for the advanced labour ward practice (2018) ATSM You need to be competent in: Rotational instrumental delivery Cervical cerclage External cephalic version in labour Manual rotation Vaginal breech delivery Rotational instrumental

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