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Call for Papers: Latin America issue

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Last updated:
23 June 2017
We are interested in receiving high quality research papers from all disciplines which have relevance to practice and policy in Latin America relating to women's health. Accepted papers will be published online without delay and then assigned to our September 2018 issue to coincide with the FIGO 2018 Congress in Brazil. Submission deadline: 31 December 2017.

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Call for papers: Advances in Reproductive Medicine: 2020 and beyond

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Last updated:
24 May 2017
We are interested in receiving original research papers on a wide range of topics, including assisted conception, ART regulation and ethics, early pregnancy and miscarriage, endometriosis and reproductive surgery, contraception and family planning, reproductive endocrinology, fertility preservation, genetics and andrology. We welcome a range of designs and formats, from basic science and epidemiology to policy initiatives, clinical trials and systematic reviews. 

Themed Issues

30 May 2017
Every January BJOG publishes a themed issue containing papers related to a carefully selected topic. All papers have passed BJOG’s high editorial standards, overseen by a team of BJOG and guest Editors. 

Each issue is free to view for the first 3 months, and then 1 year after publication. The submission deadline for each issue is 30th April the previous year, and papers can be submitted at Papers published in our themed issues usually have higher citations, because of the extra promotion these issues receive.

Being included in the issue does not delay online publication; if your paper is accepted it will be published online (with a DOI) as soon as it is ready, and then published in print in January. If inclusion in the themed issue will cause a considerable difference between the online and print publication date then we will publish your paper in a regular issue of BJOG.

On occasion we will dedicate standard issues to a given theme or topic to, for example, coincide with a particular conference or significant event in the Women’s Health calendar. Look out for our call for papers for these issues at the top of this page

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