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Labour Ward Solutions (Good Practice No. 10)
This document provides guidance for those responsible for implementing the expansion of consultant presence on the labour ward.
Values Clarification and Attitude Transformation Workshops in South Africa
By Val Truby, Leading Safe Choices Programme Manager, South Africa In South Africa abortions were legalized in 1996, allowing women to exercise their rights over their bodies to terminate their unintended pregnancies safely at designated government
A Royal College for the 21st century
The RCOG's royal history, from early 20th century to today 20th Century: Crown land and first Royal Patron The College was granted a "royal" title by His Majesty King George VI in 1938 and the Royal Charter was awarded in 1947, after delay caused by the
Conclusion and next steps
The urgency of these recommendations cannot be overstated. The RCOG should lead the way by discussing and implementing those relevant to the College itself. Individuals are invited to consider our suggestions relating to their own plans and working
transportMYpatient: an initiative to overcome the barrier of transport costs for patients accessing treatment for obstetric fistula
This is one of the stories from the September 2012 issue of International News. People with disabilities are among the poorest and most vulnerable in the world. Even when health care is provided free, transport costs may pose an insurmountable
Nepal Earthquake – Message of Support from the RCOG
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (RCOG) would like to express our support to the people of Nepal after the recent earthquake there.
RCOG press release: Report highlights variation in maternity care across England
Differences in the care received by women giving birth in hospitals across England are highlighted in a state of the nation report published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) today.
A letter from Sussex Place, December 2013
Dr David Richmond, RCOG President, writes... This year has been extremely busy for the RCOG and the health profession. We have seen many changes to healthcare in the UK. The final report of the Francis Inquiry has prioritised the need for improved
RCOG release: Scientific opinion paper looks at origins of ovarian cancer to help reduce risk of the disease
National guidelines on removal of the fallopian tubes, at the time of gynaecological or abdominal surgery, for women who have completed their families, should be considered to reduce the incidence of ovarian cancer, says a new Scientific Impact Paper
Developing New Pharmaceutical Treatments for Obstetric Conditions (Scientific Impact Paper No. 50)
This paper discusses the challenges in developing therapeutics in obstetrics and identifying best practice.

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