This week on Contemporary OBGYN: Sept 26 to Sept 30


What's coming to Contemporary OBGYN this week?

September Roundup: Top women's health stories

Let's review this month's top women's health stories.

Hormonal contraception’s effect on adolescent bone health

The best clinical indicator of bone health is fracture history. Individuals with a history of fracture resulting from low-impact mechanisms of injury should raise concern for skeletal fragility and warrant a bone health evaluation.

A rising interest: Why obstetrics and gynecology is seeing an increase in applicants

As the leaves begin to change, and our students consider their choices, I encourage you to reflect on your reasons to pursue obstetrics and gynecology, and on the field’s importance— not just for you, but for your patients and for their families—and reconnect with your passions.

Deep dive into HPV vaccines

A safety and efficacy refresher

Retention beats recruitment

Organizations should promote system-level solutions for retention and well-being.

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