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Course syllabus for Obstetric medicine (2018) ATSM
The obstetric medicine (2018) ATSM course syllabus below lists the minimum requirements for a course to be suitable for the theoretical component of this module. The course should last 3 days. Any times given or descriptions of activities within a
Professor Ashley Moffett, England
Professor Ashley Moffett became Fellow ad eundem at the September 2015 Fellowship ceremony in London, England. Professor Ashley Moffett is Professor of Reproductive Immunology, Department of Pathology at the University of Cambridge. Over the last 25
Supporting our Doctors
Ensuring doctors are supported to deliver the highest levels of care An overwhelming majority of those working in O&G find it a stimulating and rewarding career. However, we understand that it can sometimes come with its challenges. Supporting the
RCOG release: Botulinum toxin may be used to ease urinary incontinence disorders if conservative treatment fails
Botulinum toxin preparations, such as Botox, have rapidly become a viable treatment option for urinary urge incontinence disorders, say experts from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) in a new Scientific Impact Paper launched
Memories – Dr Uzma Imran Siddiqui FRCOG
I was born and brought up in Karachi, Pakistan. My mother was an obstetrician and I dreamed of following in her footsteps.   I graduated from Dow Medical College in 1989 and got married soon after. My husband’s mother was also an obstetrician. I
Knowledge Area 9 – Postpartum problems
Capability in practice (CiP) 1: The doctor is able to apply medical knowledge, clinical skills and professional values for the provision of high-quality and safe patient-centred care 6: The doctor takes an active role in helping self and others to
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.
Latest NGA news
News and updates about the NGA’s activities   Annual Guideline Committee member feedback questionnaire March 2020 Our annual guideline committee member survey continues to show a positive trend which addressed the identified areas for improvement
John Lawson Prize
We are pleased to offer an annual prize of £150, through the kind generosity of the late Mr John Lawson FRCOG, for the best article on obstetric and/or gynaecological work carried out in Africa between the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer. Mr John Lawson
Officers' update, October 2015
Dr Clare McKenzie, Vice President for Education, writes... The Government’s new contract proposals for junior doctors in England, has been a great concern over recent weeks and the debate continues across national headlines. Trainees feel disheartened

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