Clinical Updates in Women's Health Care is designed to educate obstetrician-gynecologists in primary and preventive care issues that relate to office practice. Each peer-reviewed monograph provides a clinically oriented overview of a topic that includes the following features:
Basic science update of gender-specific information on pathophysiology
Case Reports of challenging clinical situations
Counseling points to establish a dialogue with patients
Complementary and alternative medicine highlights
Concerns for older women
Resources for referral, information, and support
References cited and graded according to the strength of the evidence
Published quarterly, each monograph, which is approximately 80 pages, addresses an issue critical to women:
How might a disorder present differently in women than in men?
Why are women at risk for certain conditions?
What pathophysiologic aspects of disorders are unique in women?
What type of interventions are appropriate?
Self-assessment questions are included at the end of each monograph. Five CME credits will be awarded per issue.
Your subscription includes online access to the monographs, which may be printed in PDF format. Online access also allows you to keyword search the monographs, and access them at anytime without saving each publication. Also, your CME credit application is available online.
Each monograph is written by an expert in the field, and peer reviewed. Morton Stenchever, MD is the editor, and he is served by an Editorial Board of physicians appointed on a rotating basis.
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