Silent Epidemic
Vol. 19 No 4 | Summer 2017
This issue of O&G Magazine is devoted to the critically important issue of prevention of violence against women. It is easy for us to underestimate the enormous toll that violence against women takes in our communities. As we have become better at managing the deadly complications of pregnancy – bleeding, infection, hypertension, and thrombosis – violence against women remains a tremendous and deadly challenge we must face.
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Prof Steve Robson
College
From the President
Prof Steve Robson
Alana Killen
College
From the CEO
Alana Killen
Dr Angela Jay
Feature
Editorial
Dr Angela Jay

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Dr Nicole Woodrow
Linda Gyorki
Dr Fleur Llewelyn
Lisa Dunlop
Vol. 15 No 1 | Autumn 2013
A bold suggestion: a history of treating ectopic pregnancy
Prof Caroline de Costa
Vol. 18 No 1 | Autumn 2016
Tales from the test tube revolution
Prof Gab Kovacs AM
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Josephine’s tubes
Prof Caroline de Costa
Vol. 18 No 4 | Summer 2016
Caesarean section: an evidence review
Dr Frances Hills
Vol. 17 No 4 | Summer 2015
Decreasing patient harms from surgical innovations
Dr Nicole Woodrow
Dr Emily Price
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