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BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

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Endocrinologists, Epidemiologists, Gynecologists, Midwives, Neonatologists, Obstetricians, Perinatologists, Physicians, Scientists, Urologists
BJOG is an editorially independent publication owned by the RCOG. The Journal publishes original, peer-reviewed work in all areas of obstetrics and gynaecology, including contraception, urogynaecology, fertility, oncology and clinical practice. Its aim is to publish the highest quality medical research in women's health, worldwide. Areas covered include: Obstetrics; Midwifery; Maternal medicine; Fetal medicine; Gynaecological urology; Gynaecological oncology; Gynaecological endocrinology; Infertility; Reproductive medicine; Genitourinary medicine; Sexual medicine; Prenatal diagnosis; Perinatology; Cytopathology; General gynaecology; Community gynaecology; Family planning; Epidemiology; Reproductive ethics; Research into medical education; Menopause; Operative gynaecology.
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Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)
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