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Patterns of Benign Gynaecology Care report 2015-16
Report on benign gynaecology services in English NHS Hospital Trusts 2015-16 Benign gynaecology services make a fundamental contribution to NHS hospital services, with more than 700,000 inpatient episodes in England in 2015-16. The RCOG’s clinical
Resilience in: Obstetric Skills project
Goal: Maximising impact and sustainability of phase 1, Excellence in: Obstetric Skills Duration: 1 year Partner: Kitovu Health Care Complex, Masaka District and Masaka Regional Referral Hospital Funder: The Tropical Health & Education Trust
New guideline for managing thalassaemia in pregnancy announced at the RCOG World Congress in India
New advice for clinicians on the management of women with thalassaemia in pregnancy, a condition that affects more than 70,000 babies worldwide each year, is published today (28 March) by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and
TOG CPD questions
2 CPD credits may be achieved for successful completion of the CPD questions provided in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG), our quarterly CPD journal. You will need to achieve 70% compliance with the authors and can attempt each set of TOG
Management of Genital Herpes in Pregnancy
This guideline provides clinical guidance focusing on managing maternal infection to reduce the risk of transmission of herpes simplex virus (HSV) at birth.
Membership categories
We have a range of membership options which allow anyone working in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G), worldwide, to have a formal link with the College. Click on each category below to read a summary: Members Fellows Honorary
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
Responses to stress
  The following is a typical comment about team responses to stress on the labour ward:   “The labour ward was busy that night and [the midwife] was unable to provide one-to-one midwifery care, which, given the history of reduced fetal
Reducing your risk of perineal tears
How to reduce the severity of tearing First- and second-degree perineal tears are most common type and are unlikely to cause long-term problems. For third- and fourth-degree tears, there is often no clear reason why this happens, and it is not
British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (BSCCP)
Who we are The British Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (BSCCP), founded in 1972, is a forum for the discussion and debate of all matters pertaining to the prevention of cancer of the cervix. By its very nature, the Society is

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