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OSATS, benign abdominal surgery: open and laparoscopic ATSM
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the ATSM in benign abdominal surgery: open and laparoscopic. You have to be competent in: Opening and closing a vertical abdominal incision Items under observation: Preparation of the patient Cleans and
Reproductive healthcare results
The most recent figures on participation in clinical trials show that by end of third quarter 2016-17, Reproductive Health & Childbirth outperformed all other specialty areas in the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network
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
Trainees’ Global Health Committee
Meetings Quarterly 2020 TBC   Reporting to Global Health Board   Key relationships      Global Health Board Centre for Women’s Global Health MTI and Volunteering Committee Trainees' Committee Vice President for Global
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),
Each Baby Counts Clinical Engagement Forum June 2017
Many thanks for registering for the Each Baby Counts: Clinical Engagement Forum on 21 June 2017. You will receive your certificate of attendance on completion of the online feedback form. Please therefore make sure your details under ‘My profile’
The Effect of Surgery for Endometriomas on Fertility (Scientific Impact Paper No. 55)
This paper will review the current evidence for management of endometriomas within the context of infertility treatment.
Air travel and pregnancy
This patient information leaflet provides advice on travelling by air during pregnancy.
BJOG release: Overweight and obese women at higher risk of adverse neonatal and maternal outcomes, says new study
Overweight and obese women are more likely to require specialist medical care during their pregnancy due to the increased risk of adverse neonatal and maternal outcomes, finds a new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics
Interview – Adalina Sacco
Specialist trainee Adalina Sacco was 5 and half years into her obstetrics and gynaecology training when she took 2 years out to complete an MD in fetal medicine. During this time, she was elected as Chair of the RCOG Trainees Committee. Adalina has also

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