Our team of healthcare professionals at The ObG Project have been pleased to bring you summaries of important guidelines and best practices in Women’s Health. But what happens when a particular scenario doesn’t fit easily or neatly into a guideline? Perhaps data is limited because the disorder is rare, study results are pending, or the clinical findings paint a more complex picture than usual?
At The ObG Project, we understand the dilemma because we’ve been there too. Like you, we want to get it right and do what’s best for women and their families.
Welcome to CurbsideConsult@ObG
We have created a new section called CurbsideConsult@ObG to address this very problem. We will be posting case-based synopses to provide you with additional information that may help with those situations where even a little more relevant information may be helpful. And no worries – CurbsideConsult@ObG will feature all the key elements that have made our guideline entries so helpful to our colleagues including
Free and open access summaries
Designed for your phone – but also looks great on your laptop/desktop
Primary sources included, to help you learn even more, at your own pace
Related ObG topics for you to explore – simply scroll down to the bottom of the entry
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