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Starting from July 2021, AME Publishing Company is formally recognized a publisher member of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and over 60 AME-published journals become a member of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), as part of AME’s commitment to best practice in scholarly publishing. Gynecology and Pelvic Medicine (GPM) is among the list of COPE membership.
We are pleased to announce the Third International Elite Gynecologic Surgery Competition (2022 Masters of Gynecologic Surgery) jointly held by AME Publishing Company and the West China Second University Hospital of Sichuan University, after the great success of the first and second competitions respectfully in 2019 and 2020.
Greetings from Dr. Xia Zhao, Dr. Xiaoyu Niu and Editorial Office of Gynecology and Pelvic Medicine (GPM)!
Till Dec. 31, 2021, GPM has a total of 63 members on board, from 17 countries. With joint effort and support, GPM published 42 articles last year, with 18 Review Article, 9 Case Report, 6 Surgical Technique, 4 Original Article, 2 Editorial Commentary, 1 Brief Report, 1 Editorial and 1 iMDT Corner. Corresponding Authors came from 13 countries. According to the Google Analytics, GPM has an increasing number of pageviews and visitors (all together 29,971 visitors worldwide and 80,335 pageviews in 2021). Several special series have been published and a few are ongoing. For more details, please check the following report.
In this series, we put the best emphasis on the surgical approach for ovarian cancer with a series of three articles that encompass all the critical phases related to surgery for this malignancy. In detail, we investigated the role of interval debulking surgery by detailing all that should be known for an optimal choice and the role of laparoscopy in this type of surgery. Again, we focused on secondary cytoreduction for recurrent ovarian cancer giving an expert point of view. Finally, we investigated the role of robotic surgery in endometrial cancer, in particular in comparison with classic keyhole surgery.
AME Publishing Company entered an official partnership with Publons, a product of Clarivate Analytic Company (which owns Web of Science, EndNote, ScholarOne, among many others), as of April 2020. Around 60 AME journals’ peer review systems are now integrated seamlessly into the Publons platform (https://publons.com/about/home). The partnership was done to recognize our expert peer reviewers spontaneously for their review contribution.
This special series on “Surgical Treatment of Genital Prolapse and Urinary Incontinence” was guest edited by Dr. Aleksander Popov from Moscow Regional Scientific Research Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Moscow, Russian.
This special series on “Evolutions in the Management of Advanced Ovarian Cancer” is edited by Dr. Hooman Soleymani Majd, MD, MRCOG, BSCCP, from Department of Gynaecologic Oncology, Oxford University Hospital NHS Trust, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK.
Conventional laparoscopy has led to notable improvements in surgery, however, optics and instrumentation are limited and advanced surgical training is required to perform complex procedures. In addition, poor ergonomics can lead to fatigue or joint strain in the surgeon.
This series covers the field within 10 review articles starting from the basics such as principles of electrosurgery, overcoming surgical challenges, followed by comparing vaginal surgical procedures, adapting laparoscopy and robot-assisted surgeries. Last but not least promising innovative surgical techniques such as laparoscopic lateral suspension, vaginal assisted laparoscopic colpopexy, and Neuropelviology, a new expanding field are included.
Gynecology and Pelvic Medicine is an international peer-reviewed, open-access journal covering various aspects in the gynecology and pelvic medicine, including gynecological oncology (with focus on ovarian cancer and cervical carcinoma), pelvic medicine (with focus on pelvic organ prolapses, pelvic pain, urinary tract infections, and interstitial cystitis), and benign gynecological disease (including infection, endometriosis, abnormality, endocrinology, etc).