Introducing our new design


Contemporary OB/GYN introduces its new, easier-to-read design.

We often hear that Contemporary OB/GYN is “easy to read.” That’s because we publish peer-reviewed review articles (rather than original research) to provide clinically useful information in an easily digestible format. All the key studies on a topic are synthesized by an expert in the field, so readers know they’re getting trustworthy guidance for clinical practice.

With this redesign, we set out to make visual design changes driven by our knowledge of our readers and what you like best about the magazine. The tables and figures are cleaner and more defined, and the fonts are more contemporary. We’ve selected visuals that point to the essence of each article.

I think you’ll find that our new cleaner design makes our content even easier to read and use in your day-to-day practice.

-Charles J Lockwood, MD, MHCM, Editor-in-Chief

To view an interview with Dr. Lockwood and Art Director Nicole Davis-Slocum, visit the Contemporary OB/GYN YouTube channel:



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The design of the peer-reviewed features you're used to seeing in Contemporary OB/GYN has been kicked up a notch. The tables and figures are much easier to read. We're including more facts and data in graphic format to make them really stand out. 




































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