The journal Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America has just published a special issue on Substance Abuse During Pregnancy (June 2014).

Edited by Hilary Smith Connery and William F. Rayburn, the issue has covers a range of topics:

Foreword: Substance Abuse During Pregnancy (William F. Rayburn)

Preface: Substance Abuse During Pregnancy (Hilary Smith Connery and William F. Rayburn)

Epidemiology of Substance Use in Reproductive-Age Women(R. Kathryn McHugh, Sara Wigderson, and Shelly F. Greenfield)

Adolescent Substance Use and Unplanned Pregnancy: Strategies for Risk Reduction (Hilary Smith Connery, Brittany B. Albright, and John M. Rodolico)

Screening for Alcohol and Drug Use During Pregnancy (Grace Chang)

Prenatal and Postpartum Care of Women with Substance Use Disorders (Sarah Gopman)

Teratogenic Risks from Exposure to Illicit Drugs (Bradley D. Holbrook and William F. Rayburn)

Buprenorphine and Methadone for Opioid Addiction During Pregnancy (Ellen L. Mozurkewich and William F. Rayburn)

Smoking Cessation in Pregnancy (Sharon Phelan)

Substance Abuse Treatment Services for Pregnant Women: Psychosocial and Behavioral Approaches (Nancy A. Haug, Megan Duffy, and Mary E. McCaul)

The Perils of Opioid Prescribing During Pregnancy (Marjorie Meyer)

Fetal Surveillance in Late Pregnancy and During Labor (Luis A. Izquierdo and Nicole Yonke)

Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome (Mary Beth Sutter, Lawrence Leeman, and Andrew Hsi)

View the contents here.

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