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TOG release: Good asthma control during pregnancy is vital says new review
Good asthma management during pregnancy is vital during pregnancy as poor asthma control can have adverse effects on maternal and fetal outcomes, says a new review published today in The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist (TOG).  
Choosing to have a caesarean section
This information provides advice on a ‘planned’ or ‘elective’ caesarean section.
ATSMs
In the last 2 years of the training programme, trainees undertake Advanced Training Skills Modules (ATSMs) or subspecialty training to develop the high-level skills they will need for a consultant post in their specialist area of interest. Advanced
How specialty trainees in O&G are assessed
This page provides an overview of how doctors specialising in obstetrics and gynaecology (O&G) are assessed throughout their training, to ensure they can provide safe and high-quality care to the women they treat. For more information about the
Women's Voices newsletter April 2017
Welcome to the latest edition of the newsletter and, as always, a particular welcome to new members. Foreword Health of younger women Contraception Priority Setting Partnership Menopause hub Maternal Mental Health NMPA involvement Foreword from
Pelvic Anatomy and its Clinical Applications
Fee: £150 incl VATSunday 16 June 1400–1800Max capacity 40 - Limited places remaining Pelvic surgery, for both Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, requires a comprehensive knowledge of the pelvic anatomy to safely attain access, maintain exposure, ensure
New information resource on obstetric anal sphincter injury
New resources for women affected by obstetric anal sphincter injury, or vaginal tearing during birth, have been developed and published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists today.
New guideline for managing thalassaemia in pregnancy announced at the RCOG World Congress in India
New advice for clinicians on the management of women with thalassaemia in pregnancy, a condition that affects more than 70,000 babies worldwide each year, is published today (28 March) by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and
RCOG release: Pregnant women should be assessed for a small for gestational age fetus to identify those at high risk
All pregnant women should be assessed for small for gestational age (SGA) risk factors in the first trimester of pregnancy but regular measurement of fetal size by ultrasound is only required when major risk factors for impaired fetal growth are
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.

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