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Review of complaints and compliments
Details on ‘review of complaints and compliments’ in the context of revalidation, and guidance on how to prepare for this element of revalidation
Formal complaints are expressions of dissatisfaction or grievance about you or your team, or
OSATS, intermediate ultrasound of normal fetal anatomy
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the intermediate ultrasound of normal fetal anatomy module. You have to be competent in:
Normal fetal anatomy and biometry
Counsel patient about procedure and limitations
Appropriate probe selection
OSATS, advanced labour ward practice (2018) ATSM
OSATS requirements for the advanced labour ward practice (2018) ATSM
You need to be competent in:
Rotational instrumental delivery
External cephalic version in labour
Vaginal breech delivery
This information is for you if you are about to have, or you have had, a type of operation to thin or remove your endometrium (the lining of the uterus or womb) in an effort to treat heavy periods.
Redeployment of O&G staff
During the COVID-19 pandemic there was significant redeployment of medical staff. 53% of our survey respondents reported that junior grade doctors, including locally employed doctors (LED’s) were redeployed outside of
RCOG statement on GMC report on undermining
Today the GMC has published a report National training survey 2013: undermining looking at the 2013 training survey, summarising feedback from doctors in training and explaining what the GMC are doing in response.
Laparoscopic Management of Tubal Ectopic Pregnancy (Consent Advice No. 8)
This paper provides advice for clinicians in obtaining consent of women undergoing laparoscopic salpingectomy or salpingotomy for ectopic pregnancy.
Part 3 MRCOG: Venue details
Part 3 exam – November 2020 venues
Exam venues for the Part 3 MRCOG exam November 2020.
All times are local.
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists10-18 Union StreetLondon, SE1 1SZ
If you have any questions then
BJOG release: New study suggests light drinking during pregnancy is not linked to developmental problems in childhood
Light drinking during pregnancy is not linked to adverse behavioural or cognitive outcomes in childhood, suggests a new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Reducing your risk of perineal tears
How to reduce the severity of tearing
First- and second-degree perineal tears are most common type and are unlikely to cause long-term problems.
For third- and fourth-degree tears, there is often no clear reason why this happens, and it is not
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