Elsevier launches Reproductive Health Hub in the US to support healthcare professionals with free, evidence-based medical content

07 Feb 2023 | Network Updates | Update from Elsevier / RELX
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Elsevier, a global leader in evidence-based clinical practice content, research publishing and information analytics, today announced the launch of the Reproductive Health Hub to support healthcare professionals with trusted information about reproductive health topics including fertility, pregnancy, contraception, and menopause.

The hub includes an extensive set of clinical guidelines on various areas of reproductive health and health issues related to pregnancy. There are resources on relevant nursing skills, such as undertaking ultrasounds, providing bereavement support and the identification and treatment of possible side effects of pregnancy. The hub will also feature educational resources for healthcare professionals to share with patients, providing valuable information on issues relating to fertility, pregnancy and menopause, as well as education on the many medications that can be used in reproductive healthcare.

The evidence-based content included in the hub will be regularly reviewed to ensure it remains a reliable and current resource for all healthcare professionals working in reproductive health.

Mie-Yun Lee, Head of Inclusion and Diversity at Elsevier said: “Elsevier is committed to ensuring healthcare professionals have access to reliable, evidence-based content so they can deliver the best possible outcomes for all patients. There are many pressures on today’s healthcare professionals, including increasing workloads and ongoing changes to patient care. Having all these trusted reproductive health resources in one central location will support busy clinicians and help them to provide the best possible care to their patients.”

Elsevier has a suite of tools and resources designed to support healthcare professionals at every stage of their entire career, from their first day at medical school to their last day as a clinician.  With huge quantities of new clinical information and best practice being generated every year, Elsevier is committed to helping clinicians stay on top of evolving medical guidance by providing continuous learning and clinical decision solutions throughout their career.  The Reproductive Health Hub is the latest in a series of content centers - Elsevier ’s Healthcare Hub includes resources on diseases such as diabetes, asthma and mental health, and has also been utilized to make crucial information on health crises like Covid-19 and Mpox virus immediately available to medical professionals.

This article was first published on February 2 by Elsevier.

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