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About The Female Patient®

The principal goal of The Female Patient® is to publish timely and practical, technical information for those physicians providing primary health care to women. The journal presents peer-reviewed articles, reports, and departments on new procedures and developments relevant to differential diagnosis, therapy, and patient management procedures.

With a focus on conditions and problems found exclusively in women, and on the differences in the way women present symptoms for common conditions, articles and sections are targeted to improve patient outcomes with the particular interests of our audience in mind. Articles are selected for publication based on consistent input from our Editorial Advisory Board and our readers; input that has also resulted in expanded regular departments such as Menopausal Health, Adolescent Gynecology, Sexuality Matters, Contraception Update, The Cutting Edge, ViewPoint, Practice Guidelines, Practice Algorithm, News & Clinical Resources, LegalEASE, and Practice Management.

The The Female Patient® recognizes the importance of targeting the particular interests of readers, and to that purpose, publishes ONE book, targeting THREE professional markets: physicians specializing in obstetrics, gynecology, gynecologic oncology, maternal-fetal medicine, urogynecology and reproductive endocrinology; office-based primary care physicians with a highly active practice in female patient care; and Nurse practitioners, self-designated in women’s health, obstetrics and/or gynecology.

Mission Statement

Office-and-hospital-based ObGyns, primary care physicians, and nurse practitioners use The Female Patient® for timely, unbiased, and practical information to enhance the day-to-day care of their female patients. The Female Patient® is committed to educating our readers on the latest therapeutic advancements in the field of female health by providing clinically relevant, concise, and comprehensive information for their continuing professional development. All articles are peer-reviewed and written by experts in readable, evidence-based formats.
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