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Leading Safe Choices: South Africa
Goal: Increasing the number of health providers willing and able to routinely deliver postpartum family planning and comprehensive abortion care services Duration: 3 years (with 1 year extension) Partner: The Health Foundation, Department of Health:
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;
RCOG statement on BJOG study into perineal tearing
A new study published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists examines the mode of delivery and recurrence rate in a pregnancy subsequent to a third or fourth degree perineal tear.
Support Services for RCOG members & trainees
Peer to Peer Support Service The College offers informal peer to peer to members who are looking for guidance from their peers on workplace issues, interpersonal difficulties, return to work options or non-clinical concerns. This is not intended as a
RCOG Activities to Address Workforce Challenges
Optimising maternity services in coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Maternal medicine/pregnant women with additional co-morbidities Read our guidance for maternal medicine in the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Version 2.5: published Wednesday 9 December 2020. The RCOG guidance on self-monitoring of blood
Resources for authors
Resources to assist authors writing for BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, and anyone wishing to submit a paper to the journal.   Submit a manuscript BJOG uses ScholarOne, a web-based submission and peer review
Changes to the MRCOG Exam in September 2016
In September 2016 the MRCOG examination will be changing.
Egg and sperm freezing for cancer patients, trans people and elective egg freezing
Sometimes freezing eggs or sperm is part of fertility treatment. Others who don't have fertility problems may also choose to freeze. People who are having cancer treatments which could affect their fertility may be able to freeze eggs or sperm before
Obituary: James Steel Scott
James Scott was my predecessor as professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at Leeds University. He himself was only the second holder of the chair, the first having been Sir Andrew Claye, who was also the tenth president of this College. Sir Andrew was

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