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Wonderful and wild world of women's health
BJOG Editor‐in‐Chief number 7 : George Comyns Berkeley 1919–1943
Insights from outside BJOG
Involving pregnant women, mothers and members of the public to improve the quality of women's health research
Reducing research waste in benign gynaecology and fertility research
Surgical lymph node assessment in mucinous ovarian carcinoma staging : a systematic review and meta‐analysis
The Blue Journal Club
Evolving surgical practice in mucinous cancer of the ovary
Lesbian and bisexual women's gynaecological conditions : a systematic review and exploratory meta‐analysis
Lesbian and bisexual women's likelihood of becoming pregnant : a systematic review and meta‐analysis
Lesbian and bisexual women's health is critically understudied
Premenopausal abnormal uterine bleeding and risk of endometrial cancer
Recognising endometrial cancer in pre‐menopausal women
The Blue Journal Club
Induction of labour for suspected macrosomia at term in non‐diabetic women : a systematic review and meta‐analysis of randomized controlled trials
Induction of labour for fetal macrosomia : do we finally have an answer?
Key steps and common pitfalls in developing and validating risk models
Prediction with conviction : a stepwise guide toward improving prediction and clinical care
Sexual violence against adolescent girls : the need for shared multidisciplinary prevention strategies
Risk of postnatal depression or suicide after in vitro fertilisation treatment : a nationwide case–control study
A history of mental illness, but not of conception with assisted reproductive technology, puts patients at increased risk of severe postnatal depression
Pregnancy outcomes in women with endometriosis : a national record linkage study
Pregnancy after endometriosis : a new challenge?
An economic analysis of immediate delivery and expectant monitoring in women with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, between 34 and 37 weeks of gestation (HYPITAT‐II)
Economic analyses are important in health care
Neurodevelopmental outcomes in children in relation to placental abruption
Developmental outcomes in children following placental abruption : novel methods to disentangle causes and mediators
Using novel biomarkers to triage young adult women with minor cervical lesions : a cost‐effectiveness analysis
Optimising cervical cancer screening programs : how to evaluate incremental changes?
Incidence of lymph node metastases in clinical early‐stage mucinous and seromucinous ovarian carcinoma : a retrospective cohort study
Small lesion size measured by colposcopy may predict absence of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia in a large loop excision of the transformation zone specimen
Understanding the lived experience of women before and after fistula repair : a qualitative study in Kenya
Social and psychological challenges remain after obstetric fistula repair
Two‐year effects and cost‐effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle training in mild pelvic organ prolapse : a randomised controlled trial in primary care
Should we screen for prolapse symptoms in primary care?
Zika virus associated microcephaly/micrencephaly—fetal brain imaging in comparison with neuropathology
Social media : the bane of practitioners?
Re : Invasive therapies for primary postpartum haemorrhage
Authors' reply Quantifying haemorrhage is a central difficulty when dealing with primary postpartum haemorrhage
A report from #BlueJC : Can we reassure women with postmenopausal bleeding by negative blind endometrial sampling?
Management of Premenstrual Syndrome : Green‐top Guideline No. 48