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Bristol obstetrician first female to be awarded prestigious science medal
Professor Jane Norman is the first woman to be awarded the RCOG's prestigious Eardley Holland Gold Medal.  
RCOG and FSRH urge UK Government to back buffer zone amendment
The RCOG and FSRH support the cross-party amendment to the Police, Crime, Sentencing & Courts Bill, introduced by Dr Rupa Huq MP, which would create buffer zones around abortion clinics.
RCOG release: Simple lifestyle changes may reduce the symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse
Pelvic organ prolapse is very common. Half of women over the age of 50 experience symptoms and 1 in 10 women by the age of 80 will have had surgery for prolapse, however simple lifestyle changes can also help, advises new RCOG patient information
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.
Introduction
In order to provide high quality, safe and compassionate care to women, the workforce must have sufficient numbers of experienced, senior staff who are skilled, healthy and committed. Senior obstetricians and gynaecologists are essential to a
OSATS, advanced laparoscopic surgery for the excision of benign disease ATSM
This page sets out the OSATS requirements for the ATSM in advanced laparoscopic surgery for the excision of benign disease. You have to be competent in: Cystoscopy Excise rectovaginal endometriosis Excision of side-wall endometriosis Hassan entry Knot
The Role of Emergency and Elective Interventional Radiology in Postpartum Haemorrhage (Good Practice No. 6)
This guidance addresses the use of early interventional radiology in the prevention and management of postpartum haemorrhage.
Doctors & midwives express concern as 6 in 10 pregnant women miss out on flu jab
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and Royal College of Midwives (RCM) are reminding all pregnant women to take up the offer of free flu vaccination this winter to protect themselves and their baby from complications caused by
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
Maternity Colleges express concern over vaccine hesitancy in pregnant women
The RCOG and the RCM are urging women to talk to a health professional about the COVID-19 vaccine after a survey found the majority of pregnant women in the UK declined the vaccine when they were offered it.  

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