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Dr Anna Graham spent two years working in refugee camps in Belgrade, Serbia, providing sexual and reproductive health education.
Careers and workforce
20 June 2022
On day two of RCOG World Congress 2022 (Tuesday 14 June), we were delighted to host a collaborative fringe event at our headquarters in Union Street a...
Policy and governance
23 June 2022
The RCOG and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) have joined more than 70 global healthcare organisations in condemning the decis...
Policy and governance
23 June 2022
The observant of you will have noticed that this month’s blog is later than you would normally expect from me...
Policy and governance Careers and workforce
21 June 2022
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists welcomes the appointment of Professor Dame Lesley Regan as England's first ever Women's Health A...
Policy and governance
17 June 2022

Left for too long

Understanding the scale and impact of gynaecology waiting lists

Workforce Report 2022

Since the last RCOG workforce report in 2018, the O&G profession has faced many challenges, not least the unprecedented pressures that have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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