|Prof Khalid Khan|
|Impact factor:||(2012) 3.760|
|Instructions for authors:||
BJOG is an editorially independent publication owned by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG). The Journal publishes original, peer-reviewed work in all areas of obstetrics and gynaecology, including contraception, urogynaecology, fertility, oncology and clinical practice.
In January 1902 the first issue of The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the British Empire was published, which led with a most fitting and insightful article written by Dr Hart, who called to make the twentieth century one of the greatest in the history of obstetrics. Since then BJOG has published papers on an incredible range of issues, and we are proud to have been there to record every discovery and report each new finding. After 100 years BJOG is still going strong and we hope there are many more to come.
Our friendly team works closely with our publishers, Wiley-Blackwell, to ensure we publish the highest quality of medical research in women’s health worldwide. BJOG has 13 issues a year, 12 monthly issues and one themed issue published in January. More information about the journal, including how to submit a paper, can be found at www.bjog.org.
Find out about open access publishing in BJOG.
All RCOG Fellows and Members receive online access to BJOG as part of their membership. This includes access to the entire back catalogue, right back to 1902.
Non members can find out how to subscribe to BJOG.
If you already subscribe to BJOG, but you are not a Member or Fellow of the RCOG, you can access BJOG here.
News and announcements
If you are interested in the latest BJOG press release please see our press release page.
BJOG has a new 2-year Impact Factor of 3.760, making us 7th of 77 O&G journals.
BJOG papers are being discussed on Twitter using the hashtag #BlueJC.
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