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Case study: Compliance with guidance and standards
Adverse events and untoward incidents triggered an RCOG review of the obstetric and gynaecology services in a Trust.  We were asked to assess the safety of the service using national standards, and to advise on the
Implementation note 2
Transition guidance for deaneries: Moving to the new Curriculum 2019 This note is based on the outputs from the Curriculum Training Day on 24 May 2019. It is intended to help deaneries plan their management of the transition to the new ePortfolio. If
Professor Roberto Romero, United States of America
Professor Roberto Romero became Fellow ad eundem at the May 2015 Fellowship ceremony in Brisbane, Australia. Professor Romero has been an outstanding researcher and teacher and has made substantial contributions to the world literature in areas of
Sands Midwifery Fellow
Below is one of the case studies written by contributors to the Each Baby Counts project. Sands Midwifery Fellow – Support to improve the quality of local investigations Margaret Keenan – Sands Midwifery Fellow Findings from the first Each
Research Approval in Subspecialty Training
The aim of the research component of the subspecialty training programme is to ensure you are competent in the design and execution of a research study of sufficient quality to meet internationally recognised standards of research excellence, such as
Recommendations – stress and fatigue
  Recommendation Decision making is more difficult when staff feel stressed and/or tired. A different perspective improves the chances of making a safe decision.   Clinical staff should be empowered to seek out advice from a colleague not
Chloe's story
Natalie Hodgson shares her daughter Chloe’s story, in support of the Each Baby Counts project. Our daughter Chloe was born full term on the Tuesday 8th January 2013 at 08:06. After a low risk completely uneventful pregnancy, I went into labour on my due
Chair update, April 2016
Matthew Prior, Chair of the RCOG Trainees’ Committee writes... Now is a difficult time to be a trainee. It takes a lot for doctors to strike, but there has been a period of prolonged industrial action that appears to be escalating as the government
Robin Ashe
Robin Ashe, Fellows’ Representative, Ireland, writes about what it’s like being on Council... I have had the privilege to serve as Fellows’ Councillor for Ireland from 2010 to 2016. The island of Ireland is represented by two Fellows and, by
Intercollegiate Group draws up ground-breaking recommendations for tackling Female Genital Mutilation
A unique coalition of Royal Colleges, trade unions and Equality Now launches the report Tackling FGM in the UK: Intercollegiate recommendations for identifying, recording and reporting at the House of Commons today. This ground-breaking report and

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