The O&G Magazine Editorial Advisory Committee work hard to ensure that each issue of the magazine explores a theme that is of interest to all those working in women’s health, in particular the specialism of obstetrics and gynaecology. In addition to the theme articles, every issue of the magazine features College news and a variety of articles on women’s health, including regular articles such as Journal Club and the Q&a. Explore the archive by issue to see the full magazine.

Vol. 25 No 4 | Summer 2023
The privilege of caring for a woman throughout her pregnancy and labour is undoubtedly one of the greatest joys of the profession. Decisions made around birth can mean big impacts on individuals, families, communities, and generations.
Vol. 25 No 3 | Spring 2023
RANZCOG is an ever-evolving organisation, from humble beginnings as a subsidiary of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, we have grown exponentially to incorporate not only training of obstetricians and gynaecologists, but also advocacy, research and setting the standards for women’s health care across Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand. This issue of O&G Magazine will look at now and beyond, so, where are we now?
Vol. 25 No 2 | Winter 2023
Welcome to our Urogynae issue – the first since our issue of ‘Pelvic Floor’ in 2014. We have picked the brains of an interesting and diverse group of people – senior and junior, generalists and specialists, nurses and physiotherapists, and patient advocates. Our topics range from grass roots issues – managing bladders after birth, to professional development and systems improvement; exciting developments in research and sobering reminders that whatever our problems, the political will of nations is not fast enough to alleviate the suffering faced by millions of birthing women around the world. Please remember that this is not a book chapter about urogynaecology, not an issue of Current Opinion. Please write to us and tell us what needs to be in the next issue!
People of the Land
Vol. 25 No 1 | Autumn 2023
The stories in this issue are inspiring and speak to the strength of our culture and language. We need to be empowered to make positive changes. Non-Indigenous culture and knowledge can be so much richer if Indigenous ways of knowing and holistic approaches are valued and incorporated.