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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.   
MRC/RCOG Clinical Research Training Fellowship
Dr Stephanie Worton shares her experience of starting a Clinical Research Training Fellowship which was joint-funded by the Medical Research Council and the RCOG. In August 2016 I made the exciting change to pause my specialty training (ST6) for three
Exams complaints and appeals
How the RCOG processes examinations complaints and appeals Examinations complaints policy and procedures How the RCOG processes exams complaints Examinations appeals policy How the RCOG processes exams appeals  
Cervical Cerclage (Green-top Guideline No. 60)
This guideline has been archived. Please see the NICE guideline [NG25] Preterm labour and birth.
Management of Female Malignant Ovarian Germ Cell Tumours (Scientific Impact Paper No.52)
This Scientific Impact Paper studies the management of female malignant ovarian germ cell tumours (MOGCTs).
ATSM: Fetal medicine (2018)
The fetal medicine (2018) ATSM is designed to prepare you for dealing with congenital abnormalities detected during pregnancy, including the organisation and supervision of screening programmes for structural and chromosomal anomalies. Updates to the
RCOG policy briefing: Mandatory reporting of female genital mutilation (FGM)
Mandatory reporting of female genital mutilation (FGM) commences from 31 October 2015. This is a new legal requirement in provision 75 ‘Duty to notify police of FGM’ in the Serious Crime Act 2015. 
Part 1 MRCOG: exam calendar and fees
Dates, venues and fees for the Part 1 MRCOG exam Exam dates Monday 18 January 2021 Monday 5 July 2021   Exam: Monday 18 January 2021 Applications Eligibility deadline: The eligibility window has now closed Booking applications closed at 4pm (UK
Thematic analysis 3: Human factors and lack of nontechnical skills
  People will always make mistakes, this can be referred to as human error, or the human factor. The goal of the study of human error is to attempt to prevent its occurrence, avoid recurrence or mitigate the effects of both.   Maintaining a
Part 1 MRCOG: sample SBAs
This page provides some example single best answer questions (SBAs) to help candidates preparing for the Part 1 MRCOG. For each question, select the single most appropriate answer from the 5 options listed. Question 1 A 24-year-old woman has a

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