Your Responses will Help Us Develop Wellness Resources
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ACOG Resources to Help with ICD-10 Implementation
Ob–gyns continue to change their practice because of liability insurance rates, fear of claims
As described in this new video, ACOG provides you with the very best in education, advocacy and practice management
Just in time for breast cancer awareness month, Dr. Mass discusses available options and when to consider them.
Get involved with ACOG in your own backyard! Learn more about activities in your district and section.
Long-Acting Reversible Contraception Program works to reduce unintended pregnancy in the U.S. by providing information and guidance.
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Access the Green Journal, an official publication of ACOG: TOC and abstracts (open access) and articles (ACOG members).
Clinical Updates – Sleep Disorders
Peer-reviewed monographs provides clinical overview of specific conditions.
Your Pregnancy and Childbirth, Month to Month, Sixth Ed.
Updated, new edition gives your patients all they need to know.
ACOG eModules — Obesity
Practical, self-evaluation program with CME. New titles available.
Discover over 100 FAQs, videos and fact sheets for patients.
ABOG, a separate organization from ACOG, is an independent nonprofit organization that certifies ob-gyns in the US. Learn more at abog.org.
American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
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