Two members of the faculty of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology have been published, as first authors, in leading journals in their specialties.
Dr. Amanda Adeleye’s prospective cohort study (in press) will appear in an upcoming issue of Fertility and Sterility. This article, entitled “Difference in perceived stress during ovarian stimulation between women with infertility and those pursuing oocyte cryopreservation,” examines the stress levels of women undergoing ovarian stimulation for different treatment indications.
Dr. Monica Christmas published a systematic review in Menopause that found considerable variation in the outcome reporting and measurement tools used in clinical trials of treatments for genitourinary symptoms of menopause. This study, entitled “Variation in outcome reporting and measurement tools in clinical trials of treatments for genitourinary symptoms in peri- and postmenopausal women: a systematic review,” will inform the development of a “Core Outcomes Set” to be used in such trials, allowing meaningful comparisons of treatments.