What is DNA@ObG?
Q:What is DNA@ObG?
A: DNA@ObG is a resource for the latest genetic information in women’s health to share with your patients. It is clearly written, references our professional organizations, and free from commercial bias. DNA@ObG was created for and by healthcare professionals to support discussions with your patients about topics such as genetic screening versus diagnostic testing, common ultrasound findings, cancer genetics, and much more.
Q: Who can access DNA@ObG?
A: ObGFirst® Members can access DNA@ObG at no additional cost – now included with your subscription!
Q: Where will I find DNA@ObG?
A: You (ObGFirst Members only) can access DNA@ObG from The ObG Project Homepage. To share information with patients, simply save and/or print a copy by using the PDF icon that appears at the top and the bottom of every entry.
If you tap/click on the icon, a PDF will be generated that you can save and share the page as a PDF file.
Q: Is DNA@ObG being updated or is this a ‘one and done’?
A: The team at ObG makes every effort to update the site as new guidelines become available.
Q: What if I just want to send my patient to the site?
A: Contact us here and we will personally help you get this set up and provide you with a special code just for your patients.
Q: I have an ObG subscription, but when I put in my username and passcode, I am not able to get into DNA@ObG. What’s the problem?
A: If you have an ObG subscription, but are being blocked from the site, it is likely because you have a subscription to our free weekly eNewsletter, The ObG Insider™, or to our ObG L&D eBook. Only subscribers to ObGFirst can access DNA@ObG for free. In addition to DNA@ObG, our ObGFirst membership includes:
- Guideline alerts
- Research summaries
- Prenatal ultrasound atlas
- Free CME
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TIP: If you already have an ObG Project UserID, use that ID when you upgrade to an ObGFirst subscription
If you are an ObGFirst Member but still can’t access the site, please do not hesitate to contact us for help at firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions? Comments? Suggestions for Improvement?
The DNA@ObG entries are meant for healthcare providers to share with patients as an educational tool. They are not intended as and do not constitute or substitute for medical or healthcare advice or diagnosis, and may not and should not be used for such purposes. Individuals should always consult with a qualified healthcare provider about their specific circumstances, including before starting or stopping any treatment, medical or otherwise. DNA@ObG content via this web site is provided with the understanding that The ObG Project is not engaged in rendering medical, counseling, legal, or other professional services or advice.
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