- Better family planning in South Asia will help tackle child and maternal health, says new commentary paper
- Published on Oct 03, 2011
Better family planning in South Asia is needed to address the issues of child mortality and maternal health, highlights a new commentary paper which is part of an International Reviews Supplement published in the journal focusing on South Asia, the most densely populated region in the world.
- International Reviews: MDGs 4 & 5 in South Asia, a new BJOG supplement
- Published on Sep 29, 2011
A new BJOG Supplement "International Reviews: MDGs 4 & 5 in South Asia" has been launched this week at the 9th RCOG International Scientific Meeting in Athens and is available for FREE online.
- Infant mortality linked to subsequent risk of stillbirth finds new US study
- Published on Sep 21, 2011
Women whose first pregnancy ended in infant death are significantly more likely to have a subsequent stillbirth.
- BJOG Author workshop: How to get your paper published
- Published on Sep 19, 2011
9th International Scientific Meeting, Megaron Athens International Conference Centre, Athens, Greece Date: Thursday, 29 SeptemberTime: 13:00-15:00Room: MC3 Speakers: Professor Philip J Steer, Dr Dimitrios Siassakos, Dr Sherif Abdel-Fattah, Emily Jesper and Phil Wright.
- Get connected with BJOG via Facebook and Twitter
- Published on Sep 19, 2011
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- Women seek labial reduction surgery for cosmetic reasons
- Published on Aug 24, 2011
Women with normal sized labia minora still seek labial reduction surgery for cosmetic reasons finds new research published today in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
- BJOG Journal club papers: now with PowerPoint slides attached and you can claim CPD points
- Published on Aug 16, 2011
For the RCOG CPD programme, leading or participating in a local journal club can be claimed in the local category at the rate of 1 credit per hour. (Please refer to the CPD guide for 5-year maximum credit allowances.)
- Eating disorders linked to fertility problems, unplanned pregnancies and negative feelings towards pregnancy, study finds
- Published on Aug 03, 2011
Eating disorders are associated with fertility problems, unplanned pregnancies and negative attitudes to pregnancy, finds new research from King’s College London and UCL, published today in BJOG.
- CPD credits for BJOG referees and watching BJOG podcasts
- Published on Aug 01, 2011
We certainly do appreciate the hard work of our peer reviewers. If you have submitted reviews for BJOG and would like an official letter of recognition (for your logbook for CPD credits), please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Posttraumatic stress disorder linked to smaller birth weight and shorter gestation
- Published on Jul 27, 2011
Women with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are more likely to have smaller babies and deliver prematurely, suggests new research from the University of Michigan, published today in BJOG.