For next #BlueJC on the 22nd February we will discuss the use of cranberry capsules after pelvic surgery to prevent bacteriuria. Continue reading
Pre-menopausal women with heavy periods or inter-menstrual bleeding often have biopsies performed. Is it really indicated? Discuss at #BlueJC in November 2016. Continue reading
Lymph node assessment in ovarian cancer can lead to significant morbidity. Results of this systematic review suggests < 1 in 100 (0.8%) women with stage 1-2 mucinous ovarian cancer undergoing lymph node assessment had metastases in resected lymph nodes.
Is it time to change practice?
Global economic turnmoils, disasters and conflicts have markedly increased the number of migrants and refugees from low-and-middle income countries (LMICs). This #BlueJC explores how we could improve care for pregnant and post-partum migrants. Continue reading
Syphilis screening is routinely offered at the first antenatal visit. Does the resource spent influence on the future health of mothers and babies? Continue reading
Women presented with post-menopausal bleeding and normal blind biopsy. Is that enough to reassure the doctor and patient involved? Continue reading
Can we justify the under-representation of pregnant women in clinical trials? Are we failing pregnant women by excluding them from drug trials? Discuss the dilemma at the next #BlueJC Continue reading
Is paternal depression a significant risk factor of preterm birth? Join this #BlueJC to find out more. Continue reading
Comparing different surgical centres have been a notoriously difficult task. What can we do to compare how surgeons perform and improve quality of care for cancer patients? Continue reading
Why is it important to identify intimate partner violence during pregnancy? Explore its impact and discuss potential strategy to minimise it at #BlueJC in March 2016. Continue reading