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Working With ObGyn Editorial

ObGyn.net content includes daily clinical and product briefs, weekly feature articles, blogs, case studies, podcasts, and videos.

We welcome your press releases, story and source pitches, and other editorial queries. Please send them to Jamie Habib, executive editor, at jamie.habib@ubm.com.

 

Writing for the Blog

Interested in blogging? We are looking for ob/gyns, women's health nurses, and CNMs interested in contributing regular commentary about life in practice and the ever-changing world of women's health care. Our bloggers write weekly or monthly. We also accept occasional columns from experts in the industry. Please contact Jamie Habib for more details.

 

Submitting Case Studies

Have a compelling case to share? We welcome case study submissions to be posted to its relevant topic center. Keep in mind that each case study must include images (photos, ultrasound scans, MRI scans, etc) with descriptions and a short write-up that includes history, findings, diagnosis, and discussion. Contact Jamie Habib for details.

 

Editorial Board Membership

We are looking to expand our editorial board and are seeking ob/gyns in various specialties who are interested in an advisory role. Members of our editorial board typically help guide editorial content, provide quotes for news articles, and share insight about the challenges and triumphs of patient care. Please contact Jamie Habib at jamie.habib@ubm.com for details.

 

2015 Editorial Calendar

Below are planned weekly features for 2015. This editorial calendar will be updated regularly and is subject to change.

January

- The Role of HPV Testing in Cervical Cancer Screening
- Keeping Outpatient Surgery Safe
- Treatment Options for Advanced Ovarian Cancer
- Genetic Testing Predictions for 2015

February

- Magnesium: What happens When Levels Are Off?
- The Role of Ob/Gyns in Battling Heart Disease
- The Leadership Report: Best Research of 2014/2015
- SMFM 2015 Conference Coverage

March

- IBD and Pregnancy
- Tips for a Breastfeeding Friendly Office
- Compounding Meds: Can It Ever Be Safe?
- SGO 2015 Conference Coverage

April

- Ultrasound Scanning in Obese Patients
- Putting Compassion into Practice
- Genital Skin Checks: Would You Recognize a Suspicious Mole?

May

- Screening for Postpartum Depression
- ACOG 2015 Conference Coverage
- Tips for Taking Worry-Free Time Off

June

- Cord Blood Recommendations
- Is Failure to Progress Really a Thing?
- Endometriosis: A Patient's Experience

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