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Friday, June 21, 2013
What is the “Ask the Experts” Feature on GreenJournal.org?
Heidi L. Vermette, Production Editor
Heidi L. Vermette, Production Editor
 
One of the journal’s most popular article types is the Clinical Expert Series. Each of these articles is written by a recognized expert in the field who combines a systematic review of a topic (everything from robotic gynecologic surgery to newborn screening) with that expert’s own clinical experience and recommendations.
 
But what sorts of questions does the average doctor in practice have after reading these articles? The expert and the generalist clinician may have very different perspectives, and the generalist may want to know something that the expert has not addressed in his or her article. Therefore, in 2008, the journal launched a web-only feature called “Ask the Experts.” For each Clinical Expert Series article, a generalist asks about 8 or so questions that the expert then answers. The resulting document is available on the web site, linked to the Clinical Expert Series article, and included in the iPad version of the journal.
 
A complete collection of the “Ask the Experts” documents (and their accompanying articles, of course) can be found here. Take a look. What sorts of questions would YOU have had for our authors?
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Obstetrics & Gynecology Editorial Staff
The Obstetrics & Gynecology Editorial Staff is responsible for facilitating the peer-review process, supporting the editors, and responding to queries from authors, reviewers, and readers. The current staff comprises Rebecca S. Benner (director and managing editor), Denise Shields (manuscript editor), Stephanie Casway (production editor), Randi Y. Zung (editorial assistant), and Raquel Christie (editorial assistant). To contact the editorial office, call 202-314-2317 or e-mail obgyn@greenjournal.org.

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