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Guidance for commissioners
This section of the site brings together resources and information to support commissioners and health service managers with responsibility for commissioning high-quality women’s health care. Workforce Current, up-to-date advice on O&G workforce
RCOG statement on new Health Secretary priorities
RCOG statement on the speech by new Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matthew Hancock, on his priorities for the NHS.
Sumaya Joseph
Sumaya Joseph, a midwife from the Midwifery Obstetrics Unit in Maccassar, South Africa, writes… I used to describe my work as catching babies. But the truth is that it is much tougher than simply catching babies. My workload is unpredictable and I need
Run emergency obstetric skills and drills training
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘departmental’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Run emergency obstetric skills and drills training Emergency obstetric skills and drills training is mandatory in all departments and
Ovarian Cancer, Optimum Surgery in Advanced-stage (Scientific Impact Paper No. 25)
This paper discusses the role and value of optimum surgery in the management of advanced-stage ovarian cancer.
RCOG statement on Endometriosis Awareness Week
This week marks Endometriosis Awareness Week (4-10 March 2013) which aims to promote a greater awareness and understanding of Endometriosis.  
Governance
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is a registered charity (no. 213280). It was granted a ‘Royal’ title in 1938 and the Royal Charter was awarded on 21 March 1947. The College is governed by the Royal Charter, from which are
British Fertility Society (BFS)
Who we are With the encouragement of IVF pioneer Patrick Steptoe, the British Fertility Society (BFS) was founded in 1972 by a small group with a common interest in infertility. Since then, the burgeoning knowledge in this exciting area of medicine has
Reflect on a difficult communication episode
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘individual’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Reflect on a difficult communications episode When a feedback episode goes wrong, there is a tendency to ignore it as the trainer may fear being
Evidence required for CiPs in the Core Curriculum
The philosophy of the new curriculum is about quality of evidence rather than quantity, and a move away from absolute numbers of workplace based assessments (WBAs) and the tick-box approach. The new training matrix demonstrates this. The CiP guides

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