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Susan C. Olmstead
Ms. Olmstead is the Editorial Director of Contemporary OB/GYN.
Founder and editor-in-chief coeditors of new textbook
Protocols for High-Risk Pregnancies: An Evidence-Based Approach, Sixth Edition, has been released by publisher Wiley Blackwell.
News from ACOG 2015
Research looks at ACOG's 39-week initiative, whether a diagnosis of GBS in 1 pregnancy increases likelihood in future pregnancies, and more data on open versus in-bag morcellation.
Team up for women’s health in San Francisco
Each day of the 2015 ACOG Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting will have a clinical theme, such as obstetrical emergencies or contraception.
PODCAST: Sexual coercion: Moving beyond screening
Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD, discusses her article in the February issue of Contemporary OB/GYN on sexual coercion.
Transplantation: The end of absolute uterine-factor infertility?
AAGL attendees are normally reserved, but on Wednesday they got on their feet to give an ovation to the doctor who engineered the first pregnancy in a woman with a transplanted uterus.
Group compares morcellation techniques for evidence of tissue spillage
An isolation bag for morcellation provides the best specimen containment, according to a study presented at AAGL.
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Hands-on surgery takes center stage at 43rd Congress
Is there an unmet need for post-mastectomy reconstruction?
Is there an unmet need for post-mastectomy reconstruction?
A recent study set out to determine why women often do not undergo reconstruction.
A conservative oxytocin labor protocol: Is less best?
“Dosing of oxytocin and timing of level of increase in dose has been the subject of many scientific publications,” noted study coauthor and Contemporary OB/GYN editorial board member Haywood Brown, MD.
New advice on fish for pregnant women: Eat more of the good stuff
On June 10, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) together issued a draft of updated advice on fish consumption for women of childbearing age, pregnant or nursing women, and young children.