- Menopausal women use non-medical approaches to treat their symptoms and want more support, finds new study
- Published on Feb 15, 2012
Menopausal women prefer non-medical treatment for their symptoms and want more support from their GP and partner, finds a new study published today (15 February) in the journal.
- Severe post partum haemorrhage less likely with a planned caesarean section, finds study
- Published on Feb 08, 2012
Planned caesarean section is associated with a reduced risk of severe post partum haemorrhage (PPH), a major cause of maternal morbidity, finds a new Danish study published today in the journal.
- BJOG 2012 themed edition
- Published on Jan 08, 2012
We are delighted to introduce this year’s special themed edition of BJOG, entitled “Gynaecological oncology”. This issue will be available FREE online until March 2012.
- Nine BJOG podcasts now available on iTunes!
- Published on Jan 07, 2012
BJOB subscribers and members of the public can now download nine podcasts from the dedicated BJOG Podcast Channel on iTunes.
- Improvements in survival of gynaecological cancer in the Anglia region of England
- Published on Dec 14, 2011
Gynaecological cancer survival rates have improved in Eastern England following the reorganisation of services and multidisciplinary team working finds a new study published today in the gynaecological oncology 2012 themed issue of BJOG.
- Depressive symptoms and intimate partner violence link found in new BJOG study
- Published on Dec 07, 2011
Forty percent of women who report depressive symptoms following birth also reported intimate partner violence finds a new study published today in the journal.
- BJOG Editors to speak at upcoming ovarian cancer meeting.
- Published on Dec 02, 2011
On Friday 9th December Dr Raj Naik, Mr Sean Kehoe and Dr Vanessa Harry will all be speaking at the Surgical aspects of Ovarian Cancer meeting, held at The Royal Marsden Education and Conference Centre.
- Current legislation and trends relating to termination of pregnancy across the EU explored in new study
- Published on Nov 30, 2011
Countries in the European Union (EU) which allow termination of pregnancy (TOP) on request do not have higher TOP rates than countries with more restrictive access, finds a new study published today in the journal.
- New BJOG supplement launched at the 2nd European Conference on Simulation in Women’s Health
- Published on Nov 17, 2011
Simulation training in women’s health care is a new supplement to BJOG launched today at the 2nd European Conference on Simulation in Women’s Health Download for FREE here
- Age and BMI can predict likelihood of developing gestational diabetes new research suggests
- Published on Nov 02, 2011
Age and body mass index (BMI)are important risk factors for gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) particularly amongst South Asian and Black African women finds new research published today in the journal. The study looked at the link between maternal age, BMI and racial origin with the development of GDM and how they interact with each other.