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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
A letter from Sussex Place, November 2012
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes... As I opened my laptop today, pondering about what to include in this months ‘Letter from Sussex Place’, I glanced at my desktop and noted some of the PowerPoint presentations that were sitting there before me.
Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month: Know your body
September marks Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month; a UK-wide initiative led by women’s cancer charity, The Eve Appeal. The campaign aims to encourage more women to be aware of the signs and symptoms of the disease, and to feel comfortable speaking
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
The Role of the RCOG in improving maternity safety
Watch: Dr Eddie Morris, President of the RCOG, talks about the importance of patient safety, and the College’s role in improving maternity and newborn safety
Implementation
  On average it takes 17 years for an evidence-based recommendation to achieve full clinical uptake. The RCOG and the Each Baby Counts team are committed to seeing recommendations from reports implemented into practice as soon as
RCOG and BSUG response to NICE guidance on transvaginal mesh repair for prolapse
This NICE IPG refers only to the use of mesh to reinforce pelvic organ prolapse repair for anterior and posterior wall prolapse. It does not refer to the use of mesh or tape for stress urinary incontinence or vaginal vault surgery which are subject to
Guidance for speakers
Frequently asked questions for anyone speaking at an RCOG event Presentation format How long is the presentation you have been asked to give? A good practical rule is to allow no more than one PowerPoint slide per minute of your allotted time if
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
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

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