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Planning an absence from work
Return To Work Toolkit
Consultants, SAS and Non-training doctors
Developing a Return To Work course
About this toolkit
ENTOG meeting report, Estonia 2012
The 22nd European Network of Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (ENTOG) meeting was held in Tallinn, Estonia. As is customary every other year, this year’s meeting was held in conjunction with the EBCOG Congress.
Tallinn is the capital and the
Part 2 MRCOG EMQ Sub-committee
22 April 2021
29 July 2021
21 October 2021
The Part 2 MRCOG EMQ Sub-Committee reports to the Examination and Assessment Committee.
Setting the extended matching question (EMQ) paper
Core curriculum pre-August 2013
This page provides details of the pre-August 2013 core curriculum modules for trainees who have not transferred on to the single version of the core curriculum.
More information about the single curriculum, including details of who is exempt, is
Categories used in the RCOG CPD programme
Local (code L)
National/international (code N)
Personal/professional (code P)
Knowledge-based-assessment (code K)
Local (code L)
Purpose: to capture a clinician’s local job-plan-related and
Obstetric care at Barbara Bay Maternity Hospital, Ethiopia
Dr Margaret McDougald shares her experiences at Barbara May Maternity Hospital in Mille, Ethiopia, from March 2012.
These are our miracle twins! Mother arrived at 13.00 hours having delivered the little girl weighing 1.6 kg three hours previously! The
International News: September 2012
The September 2012 issue of International News focuses on obstetric fistula.
This issue of International News is available online only. This page shows the editorial from Alison Fiander and David Nunns. Use the table below to access the other stories
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
1. Drivers and aims of Each Baby Counts
“Babies born at 37 weeks and beyond who are alive in labour should be born in good condition and go home with mum and family.” (Principal Investigator, Each Baby Counts)
Those interviewed shared the sentiment that the ethos of Each Baby Counts
Set the tone and lead from the front
What is your department's official stance on workplace culture?
There is a move away from ‘zero-tolerance’ policies and towards creating cultures of civility, respect and kindness.1 Misunderstandings will occur, but in the right environment these
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