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ANZJOG

The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology (ANZJOG) is an editorially independent publication owned by RANZCOG.

Six issues are published each year in February, April, June, August, October and December.


Viewing ANZJOG


Member Access


To view the latest issue of the ANZJOG online you need to be a RANZCOG member. Members are automatically provided with login credentials to access ANZJOG.

Log in via the members portal to view the latest issue of ANZJOG.

If you require your login details, click the "Forgot your password?" button on the above Members portal page and follow the password recovery prompts.


Non-member access

Visit the Wiley Online Library to view current and past issues, articles of interest and more.
 


ANZJOG Reviewers


Expressions of Interest 


Reviewers are currently being invited: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/anzjog 

You will need to establish an account on the above-linked page if you do not already have one. Please define your areas of interest or specialty clearly eg if obstetrics: diabetes, fertility, remote service etc.
 


Claiming CPD Points


Reviewing a manuscript will enable a reviewer to claim 5 Continuing Education points in the Educator Activities (Publications) section for RANZCOG Fellows.
 


Discount on Books for Reviewers


ANZJOG relies on the contribution of esteemed peers to review articles and ensure the publication of high quality papers. As a token of appreciation, ANJOG offers a 30% discount on Wiley books to reviewers.

To take up this offer, visit www.wiley.com, to explore Wiley’s large selection of professional books, textbooks and monographs, and add the reviewer discount code (emailed upon completion of a review) at the checkout.

Please contact Simon Goudie if you have any questions.
 


Instructions for authors

The ANZJOG author guidelines can be found on the Wiley website.


Subscription rates


Members

Annual subscription to ANZJOG is included in the annual renewal fees for Fellows, Members, Trainees and Diplomates of the RANZCOG.
 

Non-members

You do not have to be a member of the RANZCOG to subscribe to ANZJOG. Internationally-trained doctors in Australia and New Zealand, international doctors outside of Australia and New Zealand, and midwives, clinicians and researchers currently involved in all fields of obstetrics and gynaecology, are encouraged to subscribe.

International subscribers can visit the Wiley ANZJOG hub for a full list of international offices to locate your closest representative.
 

Premium Institutional Subscription

The premium institutional price includes online access to the current and all available previous year electronic issues. For the latest pricing, visit Wiley's ANZJOG page or contact Simon Goudie at Wiley (details to right).
 


Reprints


Issues Volume 43 (2003) to the present


To request reprints and translations of articles published in the ANZJOG from Volume 43, 2003 to the present, please contact Wiley:

Email: [email protected]
 


Issues prior to Volume 43 (2003)


For reprints of articles published in the ANZJOG prior to Volume 43, 2003, please complete the ANZJOG Reprint Form (PDF) and return to RANZCOG by:

Email: [email protected]
Fax: +61 3 9419 0672
Phone: +61 3 9417 1699


View the ANZJOG reprint details and prices (PDF) of articles published prior to Volume 43, 2003. 

Please note that a request to reprint material will not be accepted without the submission of the ANZJOG Reprint Form and payment for the required reprints.

It is recommended that you submit a more detailed letter or cover email with the form, explaining your reasons and purposes for copying specific material.

As a publisher of ANZJOG, RANZCOG reserves the right to refuse requests that are considered unsatisfactory or are not accompanied by sufficient information.
 


About ANZJOG

ANZJOG aims to provide a medium for the publication of original contributions to clinical practice and/or research in all fields of obstetrics and gynaecology and related disciplines. Articles are peer reviewed by clinicians or researchers expert in the field of the submitted work.

History of ANZJOG


In 1959, the Arthur Wilson Memorial Foundation expressed interest in sponsoring an Australian journal on obstetrics and gynaecology. Both the Australian Regional Council of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the New Zealand Regional Council of RCOG were receptive to the proposal.

The publication was backed financially by the Arthur Wilson Memorial Foundation and an ANZ Journal Company inaugurated.


First Issue

The first issue of ANZJOG appeared in March 1961. The journal's circulation in its first year of publication was approximately 500 and increased to 700 in 1962.

Subscriptions and submissions for ANZJOG increased over time as academic units were developed in Australian and New Zealand hospitals in the 1970s. The circulation of the journal reached 1000 for the first time in 1978.

Following its formation in 1978, the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RACOG) agreed to provide the journal to all of its members (as part of their subscriptions). ANZJOG became the 'official organ' of the RACOG, the Royal New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the RACOG Research Foundation (formerly the Arthur Wilson Memorial Foundation).


A Separate Company

In 1998, the Australian and New Zealand Colleges merged to become the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG). To preserve the educational taxation status of the new College, the RANZCOG dissolved the ANZ Journal Company and the administration of the journal was brought under the auspices of the RANZCOG Council and the renamed RANZCOG Research Foundation.


The Present Day

The publication of ANZJOG is overseen by the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Caroline de Costa.

The current circulation of the journal in 2016 is over 6000. It is received by all Fellows, Members, Trainees and Diplomates of the RANZCOG and by over 400 non-College subscribers, including libraries, international hospitals, medical colleges, educational institutions, overseas-based doctors and pharmaceutical and medico-legal organisations.
 


ANZJOG Editorial Board 2019

 

Editor-in-Chief

Professor Caroline de Costa


Associate Editors

Prof Jason Abbott
Prof Rod Baber
A/Prof Kirsten Black
Dr J Oliver Daly
Dr Rhonda Farrell
A/Prof Rosalie Grivell
Prof Hayden Homer
Dr Elizabeth McCarthy
Professor Michael Peek
Professor Julie Quinlivan
Dr Sean Seeho
Dr Bryony Simcock
A/Prof Jason Waugh
A/Prof Anusch Yazdani
 

Assistant Associate Editors

Dr Charlotte Oyston
Dr Amanda Poprzeczny
 



 


 

More information

For content queries contact Lindsey Matthews, Editorial Assistant:

Email: a[email protected]


For Member access queries, contact RANZCOG:

Phone: +61 3 9417 1699
Email: [email protected]


For queries relating to the ANZJOG publication or subscriptions, contact Simon Goudie at Wiley Publishing:

Email[email protected]
WebsiteWiley ANZJOG hub


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