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Part 1 MRCOG: exam calendar and fees
Dates, venues and fees for the Part 1 MRCOG exam   Exam dates Monday 3 February 2020 Monday 6 July 2020   Exam: Monday 3 February 2020 Applications Eligibility applications closed for this exam on Thursday 26 September 2019 at 4pm (UK
Examination and Assessment Committee
Meeting dates (10:00 start) 2020 7 February 2020 3 April 2020 17 July 2020 16 October 2020   Meetings 4 per year.Members are required to attend at least 3 meetings.   Remit Reporting mechanism The Examination and Assessment Committee reports
Core module 18: Urogynaecology and pelvic floor problems
The urogynaecology and pelvic floor problems core module will help you understand and demonstrate appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes in relation to urogynaecology and pelvic floor problems. Available resources A list of all RCOG resources
DRCOG FAQs and contact
Frequently asked questions and contact for our Diploma exam, the DRCOG What if my current name is different from the name in my degree certificate or any previous registration? When attend the exam, please take the evidence of your previous name (e.g.
Prepare for the DRCOG
Syllabus, exam format and attending the exam Syllabus Modules for the DRCOG Format and pass mark The format and assessment of the exam DRCOG Resources Courses and materials to help you Attending the exam What to do on the day FAQs and
RCOG response to CQC maternity survey results
Many women have a positive experience of maternity services, but for some care continues to fall short, finds a national survey published by the Care Quality Commission today.
Risk of stillbirth, preterm delivery and fetal growth restriction following exposure in previous birth: systematic review and meta-analysis
Plain language summary from BJOG's Stillbirth themed issueRead the full study   Why and how was the study carried out? Each year, around 2.6 million babies are stillborn, 15 million are born preterm (<37 weeks of gestation),
RCOG statement in response to IVF rationing in England
  Campaign group, Fertility Fairness, has today released new figures which show England’s clinical commission groups (CCGs) are rationing access to NHS fertility services by setting their own access criteria.  
Caesarean Section for Placenta Praevia (Consent Advice No. 12)
The aim of this paper is to highlight the additional and specific consequences of caesarean section performed in the presence of placenta praevia.
RCOG statement: Cervical cancer prevention week
This week (24-30 January) is cervical cancer prevention week (CCPW), a UK-wide initiative led by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. It aims to highlight symptoms and causes of cervical cancer and the importance of vaccination and cervical screening (smear

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