The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

This will be a much shorter post than normal, mainly as the topic is directed to my attendance at the annual meeting of RCOG, to present my hysteroscopy manuscript. The other reason is that, outside of inane and specific challenges I’m facing with analysis, continued lockdown has really put a cramp on our research (there’s …

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It’s the 30th March, and I suspect everyone has had quite enough about corona virus haven’t they? For some, like my colleagues in the NHS, my girlfriend in the supermarkets or my friend driving HGVs across the country, the criticisms are very pointed and concerning. They are very much on the front line of this …

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Getting Started

Welcome to my very first blog post! Truth be told, I have always been one of those people who is certain they haven’t got anything particularly interesting to say, so this is going to be a very unique experience for us all. The last few weeks of learning about website creation and (the occasional…) foray …

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