Expert advice for today's Ob/Gyn: For doctors by doctors
Was loss of ovary in this pediatric case avoidable?
This case involves an eight-year-old patient who originally presented with a chief complaint of right-sided abdominal pain and one episode of vomiting.
August issue roundup: Vol 65 No 08
What did you think of this month’s feature stories?
Resources for transgender care
Find additional resources for providing high-quality sexual and reproductive healthcare to transmasculine people, transgender men, and nonbinary people, whose sex assigned at birth was female.
Overcoming racism and unconscious bias in ob/gyn
Drs. Rogers and Nesbitt discuss what obstetricians and gynecologists can do to reduce racism and unconscious bias in their practice.
Terminology for ob/gyns to use when treating transgender patients
Transgender and nonbinary people face disproportionate rates of stigma and discrimination in seeking healthcare—and may encounter additional unique barriers in attaining gynecologic and reproductive care.
Gynecologic care considerations for transmasculine people
Transgender and nonbinary people face discrimination and stigma, along with other barriers, in accessing health care.
AUGS: Vaginal Energy-Based Devices
This clinical consensus statement on vaginal energy-based devices (EBDs) reflects statements drafted by content experts from the American Urogynecologic Society’s (AUGS) EBD writing group.
Insulin resistance contributes to racial disparities in breast cancer prognosis in US women
The lack of data on the possible connection between race and breast cancer prognosis is what led a group of Mount Sinai researchers to conduct this new multicenter, cross-sectional study.
Addressing inequalities in women's health research
In this month's issue, Contemporary OB/GYN Editor-in-Chief Dr. Catherine Y. Spong talks about the ways in which women's health research has and continues to be marginalized. Addressing these inequalities, Dr. Spong says, demands a change of culture led by committed and accountable leadership.
Chairman's message: Implicit bias and racism
This month’s issue takes on the pervasive problem of implicit bias and systemic racism in health care.
Ensuring racial justice and health equity in ob/gyn
“In the past 55 years since I became a physician, progress has been made but we still have so much more to do and a long way to go.”
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