May 25, DOI: The extent of the professional barriers physicians face trying to integrate abortion into their practice is unknown. METHODS Inin-depth interviews were conducted with 30 obstetrician-gynecologists who had graduated 5—10 years earlier from residency programs that included abortion training. Interviews about physicians' experiences with abortion training and practice were coded and analyzed using a grounded theoretical approach.
Make a difference on issues of critical concern to surgery Get out the vote: The — election cycle is proving to be one of the most unpredictable, yet critical, U. Candidate platforms include proposals pertaining to Medicaid and Medicare, health information technology, research, funding, and many more health care-related issues that have the potential to affect the future of surgery and the surgical patient.
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House and Senate races across the country. Representative Bera is one of the few Democratic incumbents facing a tougher race than expected this year. This is an open seat vacated by Rep.
Ferguson is a dentist running for Rep. In Georgia, the winner of the primary held this year on May 24 must take 50 percent plus one. If this goal is not accomplished, the top two candidates—in this case, Dr.
Ferguson and state Sen. Mike Crane R —enter a runoff, which Dr. Ferguson won July 26 with 54 percent of the vote. Ferguson is strongly favored to win the general election in this heavily Republican district.
Krishnamoorthi is still the clear frontrunner, receiving critical endorsements from President Barack Obama, Representative Duckworth, and more than 20 other members of Congress, including Sen.
Marshall, an obstetrician-gynecologist from Great Bend, won the August 2 Kansas First Congressional District Republican primary with 57 percent of the vote against incumbent Rep. This win is significant, as Representative Huelskamp is the first House Republican in this election cycle to lose a primary for reasons unrelated to redistricting.Obstetrics and gynecology residents who are trained in family planning and intend to provide abortions after residency often do not ultimately do so.
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JOGR Article Awards. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Research is pleased to announce the following article awardees..
Young Scientists Awardee Comparison of perinatal outcomes between long-term andshort-term use of tocolytic agent: a historical cohort study in asingle perinatal hospital.
Obstetrician-gynecologists (OB/GYN) are physicians who possess special knowledge, skills and professional capability in the medical and surgical care of the female reproductive system and associated disorders, such that it distinguishes them from other physicians and enables them to serve as consultants to other physicians and as primary physicians for women.
Karen Berkowitz, MD, a reproductive endocrinologist and infertility specialist, and her group in the Drexel Departments of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology are conducting a research study to identify new biomarkers of ovarian reserve in women.
Our vision for the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine is to be the leader in the clinical translation of cutting edge innovation and research to improve the health of the patients and communities that we serve. We are focused on ensuring that our research is translated to the health care needs of women across.