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Pelvic Floor Clinical Study Group
This page provides information about the Pelvic Floor Clinical Study Group (CSG). Chair: Mr Christian Phillips Aims  The Pelvic Floor Clinical Studies Group is a multidisciplinary group, under the umbrella of the RCOG. The remit of the group
Pelvic Anatomy and its Clinical Applications
Fee: £150 incl VATSunday 16 June 1400–1800Max capacity 40 - Limited places remaining Pelvic surgery, for both Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, requires a comprehensive knowledge of the pelvic anatomy to safely attain access, maintain exposure, ensure
Advanced Second Stage Skills Masterclass - A collaboration between the QSSS and ROBUST faculties
Fee: £245 incl VATSunday 16 June 0900–1800Max capacity 30 - FULLY BOOKED This workshop targets clinical decision making, safe operative techniques in the second stage of labour and the prevention of obstetric anal sphincter injuries. It will include
Adhesion Prevention Agents in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, The Use of (Scientific Impact Paper No. 39)
This paper provides guidance for clinicians and policy makers on the use of effective adhesion prevention agents.
Intercalated and MSc degrees
The Academic Board has previously collated the list below to show undergraduates which intercalated/MSc degrees are available. The below list is correct for the academic year commencing in September 2013, and will not be updated further. For more
TOG contacts
Who to contact if you have a query about TOG Commissioned manuscripts To submit a commissioned manuscript, or if you have a query relating to a commissioned manuscript, please email the TOG editorial office at tog@rcog.org.uk. Uncommissioned articles
Officers' update, February 2015
Mr Ian Currie, RCOG Vice President for UK Affairs, writes... The vast majority of job descriptions approved by myself at the College are ‘resident consultants’ posts. Are these new style jobs good for the future of departments and patient care and
Memories – Dr Belmont E.O. Williams FRCOG
I have a rich and very fruitful history within the RCOG. I gained my RCOG Fellowship in June 1979. It was a truly special moment in which I had the below photograph taken with the late Dr Mary Egerton, who was also a Fellow of the College. It was
Global Membership
The RCOG is proud to be a global College with almost 7,000 international Members, Fellows and Associates spanning across all continents. Having such diversity in membership has allowed us to gain valuable insight into global women’s health care and
Stillbirth Clinical Study Group
Information about the Stillbirth Clinical Study Group (CSG) Sponsor: Sands – Stillbirth & neonatal death charity Chair: Dr Sarah Stock   Meeting dates 16 Nov 2019 TBC April 2020   Aims The Stillbirth CSG was set up in March

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