In the June 2021 issue of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology there are two symposia topics:
An Evidenced Based Approach to Urinary Incontinence in Women: What's New?:
Urinary Incontinence remains a significant problem for women, particularly with the aging population. Drs. Kimberly Kenton and Sara Collins have focused on an evidence-based approach to this topic. They have brought together experts who have updated the management of each type of incontinence resulting in a clinically useful symposium valuable for our readers.
Smart Technology in Obstetrical Care:
COVID-19 has significantly accelerated the use of telehealth in our practice of obstetrics. Even after the threat of the pandemic has lessened, it is likely we will continue to use smart technology in both prenatal and postpartum care. Dr. Sindhu Srinivas has brought together experts who have developed, applied, and evaluated telehealth as an important adjunct in patient care including opioid use disorder and breastfeeding.
James R. Scott, MD and Steven G. Gabbe, M.D.