ACOG-Supported Documents

Peer organizations occasionally ask ACOG to develop clinical documents jointly, to endorse, or to support clinical documents, such as guidelines or fact sheets, developed by that organization. ACOG reviews these documents closely and works directly with the peer organization, when appropriate, before offering joint publication, endorsement, or support.

ACOG support denotes a lower level of approval than endorsement and means that ACOG considers the clinical document to be of educational value to its members, although ACOG may not agree with every recommendation or statement in the document. Learn more with ACOG’s Collaboration with Peer Organizations on Clinical Documents.

The following documents have ACOG’s support and are listed for educational purposes only in order of support date. These documents should not be considered ACOG guidance. (Multiple documents supported in the same month are listed alphabetically.)

2016
2015

Contact:

Margaret Villalonga
Director, Obstetrics and Genetics
mvillalonga@acog.org

American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
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