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Simulations and scenarios
Resources for team training on Human Factors and Situational Awareness Human Factors simulationRead online below or download as a PDF (32kb)  Scenarios for Situational AwarenesRead online below or download as a
Medical education in the UK: an overview
This page provides a brief overview of medical training in the UK, with links to external sites which will give you more information. Medical education in the UK is wide and diverse. On average, undergraduate courses last between 4 and 6 years. After
Leave us a gift in your will
You can support the future work of the RCOG to improve women’s health care across the world through a gift in your will. Every gift, large or small, helps to enable us to meet our aims and objectives both in setting standards and advancing the clinical
Single Transferable Vote (STV) explained
STV is the voting system used for electing RCOG Vice Presidents Voting using STV for 5 candidates Instead of placing crosses next to your 5 favourite candidates, you are asked to rank as many candidates as you like in order of preference. The number
RCOG World Congress: Professor Janice Rymer
We must all take responsibility to end FGM, by Professor Janice Rymer, King’s College London.
Lifestyle and fertility for men and women
Your lifestyle can make a difference to your fertility, for both men and women. Smoking, drinking to excess, being very overweight or underweight and using anabolic steroids (often given in illicit supplements used in gyms) can all affect your
Open access publishing in BJOG
As of 1 April 2013, all articles based on publicly funded research in the UK must be published open access. Open access means an article must be freely available to anyone who wishes to read it, not restricted to people or institutions who subscribe to
Doctors & midwives express concern as 6 in 10 pregnant women miss out on flu jab
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and Royal College of Midwives (RCM) are reminding all pregnant women to take up the offer of free flu vaccination this winter to protect themselves and their baby from complications caused by
RCOG statement on the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges’ report on tackling obesity
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) today publish the report Measuring up: the medical profession's prescription for the nation's obesity crisis following a 6-month inquiry by a steering group comprising representatives from 20 of the Royal
RCOG announcement: Seasonal influenza immunisation programme (Autumn 2014)
The RCOG in line with current guidance issued by Public Health England, NHS England and the Department of Health; recommends that all pregnant women have the flu vaccine when offered by their midwives. 

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