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ATSMs: FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions about ATSMs How do I register for an ATSM? How much does it cost to register for an ATSM? When should I register for an ATSM? How should I choose which ATSMs to do? I’m an SpR or LAT trainee (ST6/7 equivalent): can
CPD FAQs
Answers to frequently asked questions about continuing professional development (CPD) and the College’s CPD programme Please also read the general principles of CPD at the bottom of this page, which may answer some of your questions. FAQs The
Addressing undermining and bullying
It is now more than six months since I undertook the role of Workplace Behaviours Advisor at the RCOG so now seems a fitting time to reflect on progress. What has not been surprising is the commitment to address the issues we face as a specialty and the
RCOG statement: NICE publishes new guidance on smoking cessation in secondary care settings
PrevToday the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published new guidance Smoking cessation - acute, maternity and mental health services which aims to support smoking cessation, temporary abstinence from smoking and smokefree
Academic training
Everything you need to know about postgraduate academic and research training in O&G, including: The academic curriculum (see below for more details) Guidance on the annual academic review process Answers to frequently asked questions about
Core Curriculum: CiP 7
Capability in Practice: The doctor is able to engage with research and promote innovation. This CiP is grouped under Professional Identity 2: Researcher, Scholar and Educator   Key Skills Descriptors Demonstrates research
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
Developing a Return to Work policy
For the purposes of patient safety, a clear, supportive process for those Returning to Work should be in place2. The emphasis should also be on the doctor to ensure that they themselves feel ready to return to work. Policies should
Refugee doctors
The RCOG is aware of the large number of refugee doctors in the UK, a number of whom have previous experience in O&G and who are having difficulty keeping their medical knowledge up to date. We therefore provide refugee doctors access to a number
Officers' update, August 2015
Ian Currie FRCOG, Vice President for UK Affairs, writes... As Vice President for UK Affairs, I would like to update you this month on the structure of the newly developed RCOG UK Board.  Before you switch off and see this as a largely internal

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