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The following case study discusses a woman who presents to a gynaecology outpatient clinic with a history of abdominal distension.
This course looks at the principles and practice of open surgery for the most commonly encountered indications.
Abnormal uterine bleeding
This course provides you with comprehensive, up-to-date and evidence-based information on how to manage women with abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB).
Abortion: Historical, legal and public health aspects
This course discusses a woman's decision-making process, how HCPs can provide support to those requesting an abortion, pre-abortion assessment, and the additional needs of vulnerable women.
Accessible Information Standard
This aim of this external course by e-LfH is to highlight the statutory requirement to identify, record, flag and share information and communication needs of patients, service users, carers and parents that relate to sensory or learning impairments.
All healthcare professionals delivering front-line care should be aware of the standard and the responsibility they have to flag up and action any such needs.
The RCOG is not responsible for this content, which is provided by e-LfH.
This course focuses on the treatment of women presenting with acute abdomen and takes in to account the consideration that sometimes women presenting with an acute abdomen may not have a straightforward and obvious diagnosis.
Acute fatty liver of pregnancy
This course looks at the aetiology and pathogenesis of AFLP, identifying complications of this condition, its impact on maternal and fetal outcome and the key principles of treating women with AFLP.
Adolescent gynaecology: heavy menstrual bleeding
The following case study discusses an adolescent patient who presents with heavy menstrual bleeding.
Advanced communication skills and breaking bad news case study
This case study discusses advanced communication skills and breaking bad news to a woman who speaks no English with an unexpected cancer diagnosis.