Prematurity
Vol. 21 No 1 | Autumn 2019
This issue of O&G Magazine returns to a core topic of O&G management, that of premature birth – why it happens, how we manage it and the complications that can occur. It also touches on fascinating ground-breaking technologies we hope to see in the future that may revolutionise the management of those babies born on the cusp of viability and who face such a precarious course postnatally.
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Dr Vijay Roach
College
From the President
Dr Vijay Roach
Dr Kirsten Connan
College
Leaders in Focus: Dr Kiarna Brown
Dr Kirsten Connan
Dr Kirsten Connan
College
Leaders in Focus: A/Prof Rosalie Grivell
Dr Kirsten Connan

RECENTLY PUBLISHED


Interview
Innovation and creativity: Can we predict preterm labour?
RANZCOG
Interview
Endometriosis: A conversation with Prof Jason Abbott
RANZCOG
Interview
Meet Your Council: Dr Nisha Khot
RANZCOG
Interview
Meet Your Council: Dr Trish Vosdoganes
RANZCOG
Interview
Meet Your Council: Dr Gillian Gibson
RANZCOG
Interview
Women in Science: Professor Caroline de Costa
RANZCOG
Interview
Dr Vijay Roach: From transactional to relational medicine
RANZCOG
Interview
Volunteers building resilient communities: Dr Rangi De Silva
RANZCOG
Interview
Prof Martha Hickey: A holistic approach to gynaecology
RANZCOG
Interview
Benchtop to bedside: Kirsten Palmer’s research into predicting pre-eclampsia
RANZCOG
Interview
A/Prof Jacqueline Boyle: Striving for equity in women’s health
RANZCOG
Interview
Improving outcomes in childbirth: the beginning of FSEP
Mark Beaves
Interview
Health for all
A/Prof John Svigos
Interview
Health for all
Dr Joy O'Hazy
Interview
Health for all
Dr Miriam O'Connor
Interview
Patient experience
Prof Steve Robson
Interview
Health for all
Dr Jared Watts

FROM THE ARCHIVE


Vol. 18 No 3 | Spring 2016
A model for consent: shared decision-making
Dr Samantha King
Vol. 14 No 3 | Spring 2012
Antibiotic prophylaxis for caesarean
Dr Jacqueline Brown
Vol. 12 No 4 | Summer 2010
A practical approach to placental examination
Dr Jane Zuccollo
Vol. 11 No 2 | Winter 2009
‘Misplaced faith’ in the 20-week morphology scan
A/Prof Janet Vaughan
Vol. 20 No 3 | Spring 2018
A brain in the pelvis: anti-NMDA-receptor encephalitis and ovarian teratoma
Dr Myriam Girgis
Dr Unine Herbst
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