BJOG is an editorially independent publication owned by the RCOG. The journal publishes original, peer-reviewed work in all areas of obstetrics and gynaecology, including contraception, urogynaecology, fertility, oncology and clinical practice.
- Editor (interim): Professor Michael Marsh
- Print ISSN: 1470-0328
- Online ISSN: 1471-0528
- Current volume: 127
- Frequency: monthly
- Impact factor (2019): 4.663
- Ranking (2019): 7/82
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 20th century one of the greatest in the history of obstetrics. Since then BJOG has published papers on an incredible range of issues – from puerperal sepsis to HIV, and from preimplantation genetic diagnosis to assessing radical pelvic procedure. Gynaecological surgery has also advanced tremendously 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 is much 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.
BJOG app for iOS and Android
Fellows and Members of the RCOG can access all content on the BJOG app for iOS and Android as part of their membership benefits. You’ll need to be logged into the website to access the app.
For non-members, full access to BJOG content via the app is now included in a subscription (personal or institutional) to the journal.
Information for authors
Please see our resources for authors and instructions on how to submit a paper.
BJOG CPD questions in TOG
Each issue of TOG now contains CPD-creditable questions relating to BJOG papers. The questions can be answered in the usual way via your CPD ePortfolio.
To find out who to contact for any BJOG-related query, please see the BJOG contacts page.
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