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The employer’s responsibilities
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘unit, trust and local education provider’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. The employer’s responsibilities Each trust/hospital will have a policy on dignity at work, bullying and harassment.
Embedding a positive culture
This is one of the recommendations from the ‘unit, trust and local education provider’ section of the RCOG/RCM undermining toolkit. Role of leaders and managers in embedding a positive culture The Illing report provides clear evidence of the
Background to the approval process for subspecialty training centres
The RCOG Subspecialty Committee has developed subspecialty-specific and generic centre criteria for subspecialty training centre recognition. This page expalis the rationale behind the approval process. For more information about the criteria and the
Annual Guideline Committee member feedback questionnaire
The annual Guideline Committee member survey shows a positive trend, which addressed the identified areas for improvement from last year. 82% of Guideline Committee members said they would recommend being on a Guideline Committee to a
Training data analysis 2017
Our national Training Evaluation Survey collates feedback from the Trainee Evaluation Form (TEF), taking place in the early part of the year, prior to the GMC survey. It provides the College, schools and individual units detailed feedback on the
Actions
The RCOG will: Pro-actively work with Health Education England and equivalent agencies in the devolved nations, to model a workforce of the future that has the right number of specialist staff to deliver safe O&G services Mitigate against high
Obituary: Kirsty Paterson
Obstetrics and gynaecology traineeRoyal London HospitalBorn: 18/8/84Qualified: Bristol Medical School, 2009Died from metastatic breast cancer on 14 September 2018Kirsty Paterson (previously Cleverly) began O&G training in North East Thames in 2011;
ISAD 2017 interview: Dr Benjamin Black
Dr Benjamin Black is a Trainee in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and a member of the Global Health Trainee Committee. Why is the availability of abortion care important for women? Abortions will happen with or without safe access. There seems no logical
Information for mentees & mentors
Mentoring is a relationship between two individuals in which one guides the other, in order to help them develop both personally and professionally. The RCOG does not provide a mentorship scheme, but this page provides advice about the mentoring process
ISAD 2017 interview: Dr John Nyamu
Dr John Nyamu is the Director of the Reproductive and Maternal Health Consortium in Kenya and is a passionate advocate of women’s sexual and reproductive health and rights. In 2004, Dr Nyamu and two RHS clinic nurses were arrested and charged with

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