December Update

RCOG Independent Review All women who participated in the RCOG Review have now received their reports. A number are still waiting on the trancript of their meeting with a consultant about their report. The aggregate report, which summarises the findings of the whole Review was published on Tuesday December the 3rd. As a result of …

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221+ Go Before the Oireachtas Health Committee

At their meeting on Tuesday 17, December, 2019 with the Oireachtas Committee for Health, Lorraine Walsh and Stephen Teap, patient representatives of the 221+ Patient support Group reiterated the importance of continued oversight on the implementation of the recommendations of the Review of Cervical Check undertaken last year by Dr. Gabriel Scally. Summary of Key …

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221+ calls for independent individual reviews in light of concerns over RCOG Review process

On Tuesday’s Prime Time Lorraine Walsh raised a number of serious concerns regarding the RCOG independent review of women’s smear histories, which led her to resign from the CervicalCheck Steering Committee a number of weeks ago. In light of these concerns 221+ is calling for independent individual reviews to be made available to all of …

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RCOG Review Aggregate Report Published – Official Statement from 221+

Statement from 221+ Patient Support Group re RCOG review aggregate report The release today of the aggregate report on the work of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) comes with varying emotions for the members of the 221+ patient support group. It is a relief firstly that there is now an outcome to …

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