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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
What you said about draft patient information leaflets
Women’s Voices and the wider public provided really useful feedback on a range of patient information leaflets over the last few months. All comments have been considered by the patient information committee and many suggestions have informed the final
Women's Voices newsletter April 2020
Welcome to the latest edition of the newsletter and, as always, a particular welcome to new members of the Involvement Panel. Foreword by Kate Brian, RCOG Women’s Voices Lead Introducing the next RCOG Women’s Voices Lead, Shaista Gohir Involvement in
Honorary Fellows
This page provides a list of the Honorary Fellows of the RCOG. Honorary Fellows are distinguished people elected by the RCOG Council.  Year Honorary Fellows 1931 Paul Bar, France Elis Essen-Moller, Sweden The Rt Hon Lord Riddell,
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
BJOG release: New study finds that postpartum haemorrhage during a first pregnancy does not affect future pregnancies
First pregnancies complicated by postpartum haemorrhage (PPH) have no detrimental effect on future fertility, but women who have caesarean sections at the time of PPH are less likely to conceive again, finds a new study published today in BJOG: An
Essential Gynaecological Skills
Goal: Increasing access to safe and respectful gynaecological care in Nigeria Duration: 1 year programme Partner: University of Abuja Teaching Hospital Funder: Fundraised for by challenge events Help us raise funds for programmes like this Knowledge
New guidance to improve access to abortion care
Women should be given the choice of a medical or surgical abortion and be able to refer themselves to abortion care services directly, says new clinical guidance published jointly by the RCOG and NICE today.

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