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Individual interventions
This area of the website provides resources to help deal with bullying and undermining at an individual level, as part of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. The author of this section is Susanna Crowe. Introduction Surveys of O&G trainees suggest
BJOG app download instructions
With the BJOG app for Android and iOS, you can access BJOG content any time, anywhere – full access for RCOG Fellows and Members and anyone with an online subscription to the journal, free of charge. Just follow the instructions below to register
RCOG Fringe events
The 2019 RCOG World Congress programme included two fringe events on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 June. These took place at ExCeL, London. RCOG Fringe events were included in the registration fee. Attendance at these sessions was based on
Obituary: Margaret E M O'Flynn (Foley)
Margaret O’Flynn (nee Boulton, formerly Foley) died peacefully on Monday 22nd September 2014 aged 94. Known professionally as Margaret Foley, she was a Consultant Gynaecologist who devoted most of her career to the development and improvement of
ATSM Director: job description
The ATSM Director is appointed by the School Board/STC of obstetrics and gynaecology. They are responsible for ensuring the educational opportunities and environment within their Deanery/Region meet the GMC and RCOG standards. The ATSM Director will be
Dr Ed MacLaren STAE course testimony
There are many ways to get involved with Global Health at the RCOG and the Surgical Training in the Austere Environment course (STAE) has been an example of that for me. The course is one day of a five-day programme run by the Royal College of
RCOG/AAGBI global health map guidance
This information is for anyone considering submitting details of their global health projects for inclusion on the global health activity map. The map is designed to help RCOG Fellows, Members and Trainees share information about projects they are
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Thank you for your enquiry. This will be assessed by the Lindsay Stewart Centre and we will respond with feedback. Return to the Audit & quality improvement page  
A different kind of holiday – O&G in South Africa
Have you ever wanted to learn and experience how your profession is practised overseas? Or wanted to broaden not only your horizons but your professional knowledge? If yes, the answer could be found in entertaining a different kind of holiday – a
A letter from Sussex Place, September 2014
Alan Cameron, Vice President of Clinical Quality, writes... September marks the beginning of an important new era for quality improvement initiatives at the RCOG. The College’s Office for Research and Clinical Audit (ORCA), which was established in 2006

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