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41.
July 2011

Telemedicine: Bringing Specialty Consultation and Medical Education to Rural Areas


42.
July 2012

Giving back to your community. Service is an inherent part of being an ob-gyn. Beyond helping our patients, we often strive to serve our greater community, volunteering at homeless shelters and women's clinics, raising money for local organizations, or responding to natural disasters around the world with our medical expertise. On pages 5–9 in this issue of ACOG Today, we showcase service projects started by Junior Fellows who are giving back to their communities, while also inspiring other ACOG members to get involved.


43.
July 2012

Ob-gyns dedicate themselves to improving women’s health care not just at the patient level, but throughout their communities and even on a global scale.


44.
June 2010

Health Care Reform: What it means to you and your patients


45.
March 2004

More ob-gyns changing practice because of liability insurance rates, fear of claims; March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness month


46.
March 2005

Military ob-gyns prove versatility of specialty; EC use doesn’t lead to more unsafe sex


47.
March 2006

Summit leads renewed focus on patient safety; Fellows can allay colorectal cancer test fears


48.
March 2007

ACM President’s Program to feature stellar speakers; Ob-gyns can help reduce colorectal cancer deaths in US


49.
March 2008

Former presidential adviser to address ACM audience; Obesity’s effect on a patient’s fertility


50.
March 2009

Patient safety expert to lead off ACM President’s Program; Fran Drescher to speak at the ACM


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