StudyMRCOG – READ, UPDATE & IMPROVE

StudyMRCOG is putting more initiative to access all the latest news in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology in just one single click. We believe that all the students shall be up to date on the changed happening at the present and about to come on future. These data help us to improve ourselves It sounds daunting, but improvements don’t have to be huge, they can be really small which incrementally leads to huge change. Think improving just 1% each day and build upon that every single day.

StudyMRCOG – READ, UPDATE & IMPROVE

StudyMRCOG is putting more initiative to access all the latest news in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology in just one single click. We believe that all the students shall be up to date on the changed happening at the present and about to come on future. These data help us to improve ourselves It sounds daunting, but improvements don’t have to be huge, they can be really small which incrementally leads to huge change. Think improving just 1% each day and build upon that every single day.

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Whether that is reading a summary or listening to a podcast or completing a quiz. This is the reason StudyMRCOG is giving hands full of options for the students who like to achieve their career goals and chase their dreams.

New Exams IT system

The RCOG is launching the first phase of our new Exams IT System to support our MRCOG and DRCOG exams from September 2020. This will see us transition our written exam provision (MRCOG Part 1 & 2 and DRCOG) from a paper-based to a computer-based format.
The new system will make the exams process secure, simple, transparent and fit for purpose in the 21st century. We have partnered with Pearson VUE to deliver an integrated digital solution that will support our exams function and processes, while delivering an excellent experience for candidates taking their exam.

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Updated advice for pregnant women who are working in the NHS and other work settings during the coronavirus outbreak

Pregnant women’s choices on whether they work in direct patient-facing roles during the coronavirus pandemic should be respected and supported by their employers, according to updated national guidance from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Royal College of Midwives.Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection poses a risk to all members of the population, particularly to people with underlying conditions.

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RCOG/FSRH respond to new regulations on abortion care in Northern Ireland

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare welcomes new regulations on abortion care in Northern Ireland but warns they fall short of ensuring safe care during COVID-19.This follows a historic vote in Parliament in 2019 to decriminalise abortion care in Northern Ireland, which only allowed an abortion if a woman’s life was at risk or there was a danger of permanent and serious damage to her physical or mental health. Many women had to travel to England to access this essential area service.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection and pregnancy

Version 10 of the coronavirus (COVID-19) infection in pregnancy guidance has been restructured to condense its content and ensure the evidence and rationale for advice is explicit. This version also contains new content on labour and birth for women who are asymptomatic of COVID-19, updates to advice for women with clinical deterioration, reference to the new testing frameworks and further advice regarding prevention of venous-thromboembolism.

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Assisted Vaginal Birth (Green-top Guideline No. 26)

This guideline provides evidence-based information on the use of forceps and vacuum extractor for both rotational and non-rotational operative vaginal deliveries.This update was undertaken as part of the regular updates to Green-top Guidelines as outlined in our document Developing a Green-top Guideline: Guidance for developers  and prior to the emergence of the new COVID-19 coronavirus. Please note that the information provided in this update will be considered for update 3 years after publication, with an intermediate assessment of the need to update 2 years after publication.

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Separating Mothers with COVID-19 From Their Newborns Does More Harm Than Good

In several countries pregnant women confirmed or suspected to have COVID-19 are being required to have cesarean sections or be separated from their newborn babies to restrict COVID-19 transmission.
Such measures may help health services better manage COVID-19 caseloads, but what are the consequences, and how do these practices compare with evidence-based global recommendations for maternity care during the pandemic?

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Coronavirus (COVID-19), Pregnancy and Women’s Health

The RCOG is committed to supporting the delivery of high-quality women’s healthcare in the context of COVID-19. We have developed a range of resources to inform and support healthcare professionals and the general public during the pandemic.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection and Pregnancy

Version 10.1: updated 19 June 2020. Guidance for healthcare professionals on coronavirus (COVID-19) infection in pregnancy, published by the RCOG, Royal College of Midwives, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Public Health England and Public Health Scotland.

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