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Get up to speed April 20 in Atlanta
Keep updated on important news as ACOG supports your transition to this new system.
AIM and other programs to continually improve patient safety in women’s health care
Get healthy, be ready, decrease burnout, increase resiliency.
The go-to place for 2016-17 flu season updates, helpful toolkits, coding guidance, and events.
Dr. May Hsieh Blanchard says your donations support critical programs
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For Patient Safety Awareness Week in March, consider these revamped ACOG patient safety programs.
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Access the Green Journal, an official publication of ACOG: TOC and abstracts (open access) and articles (ACOG members).
Your Pregnancy and Childbirth, Month to Month, Sixth Ed.
Updated, new edition gives your patients all they need to know.
Patient Education Pamphlets
Best source of peer-reviewed information for patients.
24/7 access to peer-reviewed info for patients. Customizable. Never run out.
Access ACOG UPDATE, an official ACOG audio/print publication that is also available online.
ACOG has more than 100 patient FAQs, videos and fact sheets.
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
409 12th Street SW, Washington, DC 20024-2188 | Mailing Address: PO Box 70620, Washington, DC 20024-9998