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Assessment and progression through training
Information for trainees about how their progress through training will be monitored and assessed. Guidance for trainers about assessing their trainees is available in the Resources and support for trainers section of the
RCOG project to reduce third- and fourth-degree tears during birth
Anastasia Liapi, Women’s Voices member, speaks about her involvement in the College’s new project to reduce third- and fourth-degree tears during birth (the OASI care bundle project)... Why I got involved with the WVIP Unfortunately, I didn't have the
RCOG release: Scientific opinion paper looks at origins of ovarian cancer to help reduce risk of the disease
National guidelines on removal of the fallopian tubes, at the time of gynaecological or abdominal surgery, for women who have completed their families, should be considered to reduce the incidence of ovarian cancer, says a new Scientific Impact Paper
Archives
Details of archive collections held at the RCOG, and links to some of the fascinating stories behind items in our collections. Archive catalogue Details of archive collections can be found on the national database hosted by the Archives Hub
A letter from Sussex Place, April 2013
Ian Currie, Honorary Secretary, writes… Pedagogy is the science and art of education. Its aims range from the full development of the human being to the acquisition of skills. Within medical education we require enthusiastic, skilled teachers who can
Thank you
Thank you for submitting your systematic review support request. We will get back to you to discuss in more detail.  Return to the National Guideline Alliance page Return to the systematic review services landing page Return to the RCOG
Case study: Harriet’s story, Kitovu Hospital, Uganda
This is one of the stories from the RCOG’s trip to Uganda to witness the work that RCOG volunteers are doing to improve women’s health in the region. In a quiet location overlooking the hill just outside of Masaka is Kitovu Hospital. It is here that
RCOG release: President of the RCOG discusses the ethics of medical performance
Our biggest ethical challenge in obstetrics and gynaecology is to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care at any time of day or night, says Dr Tony Falconer, President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG),
Strategic interventions
This area of the website provides resources to help deal with bullying and undermining at a strategic level, as part of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. The author of this section is Malcolm Griffiths. Introduction This section of the undermining
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.

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