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The problem of recruitment and retention into obstetrics and gynaecology could translate into serious manpower problems if not addressed now by making the experience of trainees and medical students rotating through the speciality memorable and improving trainees' work-life balance.
OBJECTIVE To show the results of vaginal birth after primary caesarean (VBAC) without using prostaglandin for induction and/or syntocinon augmentation are comparable when induction is done with these agents but without the added risks of uterine rupture. METHOD A review of the obstetric records of 16,498 parturient from 1 January 2001 to 31 December 2006… (More)
Within the North East of England, there are an increasing number of complex patients presenting with urogenital pain; many of whom are under the care of multiple specialities. To understand and plan a cohesive strategy for this cohort, we have established a multi-disciplinary regional urogenital pain network meeting. The quarterly meetings allow us to share… (More)