- BJOG release: Higher risk of maternal complications and preterm deliveries for women undergoing multiple caesarean sections, study finds
- Published on Oct 31, 2012
The risk of maternal complications and preterm deliveries is significantly higher for women undergoing their fifth or more caesarean section, finds a new study published today (31 October) in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
- Farewell to Professor Philip Steer as Editor-in-Chief
- Published on Oct 23, 2012
Professor Philip Steer will be ending his term as Editor-in-Chief at the end of this month.BJOG has been tremendously blessed to have Phil Steer at our helm for the past seven years. Under his guidance and governed by his commitment to women’s health, objective metrics have soared and we have surpassed our rivals. More importantly, BJOG is the sort of medium that a naïve learner will pick up and have their Eureka moment. Those moments occur when an editor loves his work and we hope this passion...
- BJOG release: FGM significantly reduces sexual quality of life, suggests new study
- Published on Oct 10, 2012
Women who have undergone female genital mutilation (FGM) have a significantly lower sexual quality of life finds a new study published today (10 October) in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
- BJOG at FIGO 2012
- Published on Oct 08, 2012
The XX FIGO World Congress of Gynaecology and Obstetrics is being held this week in Rome. BJOG is pleased to be a part of what promises to be a rewarding, informative and cutting-edge event. Please see below for how BJOG will be represented at this years congress.
- How we give you the best chance of getting your paper published and cited
- Published on Sep 19, 2012
The next BJOG author workshop will be part of the scientific programme at the XX FIGO 2012 World Congress. When: Thursday 11 October 2012, 15:30-17:00Where: XX FIGO 2012 World Congress, Hall 10, Domizia/Euphemia (D&E)
- BJOG release: The rate of women with pregnancy-associated cancer is on the increase but rise in older mothers not a major factor, says new research
- Published on Sep 05, 2012
The rate of pregnancy-associated cancer is increasing and is only partially explained by the rise in older mothers suggests new research published in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
- Infection following a caesarean is more likely if you are obese, suggests new research
- Published on Aug 01, 2012
Obesity increases the risk of surgical wound infection following a caesarean section, finds new research published today in BJOG.
- Women with a fear of childbirth endure a longer labour finds new research
- Published on Jun 27, 2012
Women who have a fear of childbirth spend longer in labour than women who have no such fear, suggests new research published today in BJOG.
- New BJOG Editor-in-Chief announced
- Published on Jun 21, 2012
Professor Khalid Khan is the new Editor-in-Chief of BJOG.Professor Khan succeeds Professor Philip Steer, who held the post for the last seven years. During this time, BJOG grew internationally through its impact factor, submissions and reach. Its impact factor increased from 2.171 to 3.349, and submissions almost doubled. BJOG now has the highest immediacy index in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology and in 2011 saw just under 80% of its submissions coming from outside of the UK.
- Danish studies suggest low and moderate drinking in early pregnancy has no adverse effects on children aged five
- Published on Jun 20, 2012
Low and moderate weekly alcohol consumption in early pregnancy is not associated with adverse neuropsychological effects in children aged five, suggests a series of papers published today in BJOG. However, high levels of alcohol per week were linked with a lower attention span among five year olds.