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Ethical and Legal Issues in Reproductive Health (ELIRH)

Last updated:
6 October 2017
The Ethical and Legal Issues in Reproductive Health section has been published in IJGO since January 1999. The section, edited by Professors Dickens and Cook from the University of Toronto, considers the ethical arguments and legal means to advance the goals of women's health, particularly reproductive health

Free-to-view Collection

Last updated:
8 September 2017
Presenting all recent IJGO content that is free to view, including Clinical Articles, Review Articles, Brief Communications, Special Communications, and pieces from our Contemporary Issues in Women’s Health section, among others.

Supplements

Last updated:
11 August 2017
IJGO supplements are published on an ad hoc basis. They are proposed by external organizations, who coordinate the writing and review of papers according to IJGO requirements. Supplements are collections of papers on a related theme or topic, with allocated Guest Editors. If you are interested in publishing a supplement with IJGO, please contact the Editorial Office: ijgo@figo.org

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Evidence for Action

Last updated:
1 April 2017
IJGO published papers between 2014 and 2016 that arose from the DFID-funded Evidence for Action (E4A) program in six African countries with the worst maternal and newborn health outcomes (Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Tanzania). The articles in the section, edited by Dr Judith A. Fortney, highlight the use of evidence to fuel implementation through advocacy or accountability mechanisms to improve the availability and quality of maternal and newborn health services.

Averting Maternal Death & Disability

Last updated:
1 February 2017
IJGO published papers between 2001 and 2011 that arose from the Averting Maternal Death and Disability (AMDD) Program established at Columbia University. The focus of the section, edited by Dr Judith A. Fortney, is on programs or interventions—primarily those in low-resource countries—that aim to improve the availability and quality of care given to women who experience complications during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.