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Antenatal care (NICE clinical guideline 62)
The advice in the NICE guideline covers the routine care that all healthy women can expect to receive during their pregnancy.
New information resource on obstetric anal sphincter injury
New resources for women affected by obstetric anal sphincter injury, or vaginal tearing during birth, have been developed and published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists today.
RCOG statement and Q&A: Zika virus infection and pregnancy
The RCOG are fully aware of the Zika virus outbreak in South and Central America and the Caribbean, which has now been declared a "public health emergency of international concern" by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Simulations and scenarios
Resources for team training on Human Factors and Situational Awareness Human Factors simulationRead online below or download as a PDF (32kb)  Scenarios for Situational AwarenesRead online below or download as a
Oman’s top tourist attractions
Forts and castles Oman is steeped in history with more than 500 forts and castles scattered throughout the country with 22 managed by the Ministry of Tourism. An historian’s dream, many forts and castles have been restored and are open to the public
Recognising the transition between the stages of labour
  In a proportion of the babies, the transition between the latent phase and the active phase of labour or that from the active phase of labour to the second stage of labour should have been acknowledged. Identifying such transitions enables
RCOG release: Simple lifestyle changes may reduce the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse
Pelvic organ prolapse is very common. Half of women over the age of 50 experience symptoms and 1 in 10 women by the age of 80 will have had surgery for prolapse, however simple lifestyle changes can also help, advises new RCOG patient information
Skin conditions of the vulva
This patient information leaflet provides advice on symptoms of and treatment for skin conditions of the vulva.
Out of programme (OOP)
Taking time out of programme (OOP) can be beneficial for your educational and professional development and career, as well as being interesting, enjoyable and personally rewarding. This section of the site provides information about taking time OOP,
BJOG release: Short or long birth spacing creates greater preterm birth risk
Women who conceive less than 11 months after giving birth have a higher chance of going into labour or being medically induced before 37 weeks of gestation. In addition, the odds of a premature birth are also increased for those who wait three years to

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