- BJOG study: Acupuncture not helpful for inducing labour
- Published on Jul 27, 2010
The study: Modlock J, Nielsen B, Uldbjerg N. Acupuncture for the induction of labour: a double-blind randomised controlled study. BJOG 2010;117:1255–1261. DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-0528.2010.02647.x.
- CPD/CME points for BJOG referees
- Published on Jul 23, 2010
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- BJOG is recruiting an Assistant Editor
- Published on Jul 22, 2010
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- BJOG launches journal club page
- Published on Jun 30, 2010
You can access all the BJOG Journal Club papers here.
- The BJOG impact factor has increased for the fourth year in a row
- Published on Jun 25, 2010
BJOG's impact factor for 2009 has been announced. It rose from 3.101 to 3.437, the highest score the journal has ever achieved. BJOG is now ranked 6th in the category of Obstetrics and Gynecology overall, up from 10th in 2008. It is the fourth year in a row that the impact factor has increased, representing a 61% increase on the score in 2006.
- Perinatal outcome of hospital delivery at night
- Published on Jun 15, 2010
News coverage on this BJOG study: Increased adverse perinatal outcome of hospital delivery at night 2010 JP de Graaf, ACJ Ravelli, GHA Visser, C Hukkelhoven, WH Tong, GJ Bonsel, EAP Steegers BJOG 2010;117:1098–1107. DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-0528.2010.02611.xRCOG Fellows and Members: Have you logged in? If not, please log in. Once logged in, this study can be found in the August 2010 Issue.
- BJOG Author Workshop: How to get your paper published
- Published on Jun 14, 2010
Date: Sunday 20th June. Location: Green Room at Waterfront Hall, Belfast, UK. Time: 14:00-16:00. Cost: £10.
- Free drugs may help more get chlamydia treatment
- Published on Jun 11, 2010
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- Low–moderate prenatal alcohol exposure and child behavioural development
- Published on Jun 10, 2010
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- Smoking when pregnant causes pelvic pain
- Published on Jun 03, 2010
A new BJOG study shows that smoking during pregnancy can result in pelvic pain in some women.