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Our resources

The Centre for Women’s Global Health has developed a number of open source resources to promote best practice and improvement of health care provision across varied settings.

Abortion resources

Abortion Care and Abortion Advocacy eLearning

The Making Abortion Safe eResources have been developed to help health workers, students and educators gain practical and applicable knowledge about abortion care and abortion advocacy across global contexts. elearning.rcog.org.uk/tutorials/making-abortion-safe

Best Practice Papers

Best Practice Papers in abortion and post-abortion care synthesise current available guidance produced by organisations such as the World Health Organization (WHO), the RCOG, and NICE.

These BPPs were updated in 2022 and peer-reviewed by international SRHR experts. They are available in English, French, Arabic and Spanish.

If you would like to use the Best Practice Papers to adapt to your local context get in touch with the Centre for Women’s Global Health cfwgh@rcog.org.uk.

Read our Best Practice Papers

RCOG and FSRH key messages on safe abortion

Key messages about safe abortion care from the RCOG and Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH).

Respectful care resources

The RCOG advocates for all women and girls to receive high quality health care. This includes health care delivered with respect, dignity and compassion.

To support health professionals to practice and provide respectful care even in the most stressful and challenging of situations, the RCOG has created resources for facilitator lead training sessions.

Checklist for respectful care: 6 tips for health care professionals (PDF 56kb)

Cervical cancer (case study)

Early Pregnancy Loss (case study)

An obstetric case (case study)

Respectful care dos and don'ts from the Checklist for respectful care