In the June 2022 issue of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology there are two symposia topics:
Challenges in Interpreting the OBGYN Literature:
As clinical research and its publication gets more complex, it has also become more difficult for physicians to evaluate these articles and determine whether they are relevant to their own practices. Dr. Einerson has selected an excellent group of experts who point out the pitfalls of different types of research and offer practical suggestions for clinicians when reading these papers. This symposium will not only be useful to all practicing obstetrician gynecologists, but also to investigators, authors and reviewers.
Convetional Cigarettes, E-Cigarettes and Marijuana Use in Pregnancy:
Smoking conventional cigarettes has long been associated with poor reproductive outcomes, and pregnancy has been recognized as an opportune time to treat tobacco use disorder. More recently, new threats have emerged in the forms of e-cigarettes and marijuana. Our guest editors, Drs. Metz and Wylie, have assembled a group of recognized experts in this field to help us understand what is known and remains to be known about tobacco and cannabis use disorders and the most effective strategies to support our patients' efforts to stop using them.
James R. Scott, MD and Steven G. Gabbe, M.D.