Dr Jane MacDougall's publications
Dr Jane MacDougall is now a subspecialist in reproductive medicine and is also lead clinician for reproductive endocrinology and paediatric and adolescent gynaecology. She was trained in IVF in London whilst completing a research degree with Professor Howard Jacobs at the Middlesex Hospital.
1. MacDougall J, Adams E, Morris C (2013). Undermining in Obstetrics & Gynaecology. Obstetrics gynaecology & reproductive medicine 23 (6), 189-191.
2. Hughes IA, Davies JD, Bunch TI, Pasterski V, Mastroyannopoulou K, MacDougall J. (2012) Androgen Insensitivity syndrome. The Lancet; 379:
3.Tan Bk, Simpson HL, MacDougall J. (2011) Diagnosis and management of Turner Syndrome. Mims Women’s Health; (2).
4. MacDougall J., Creighton W. (2010) Commentary: Clinical networks in Paediatric & Adolescent Gynaecology. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 117:131-3.
5. Basak, MacDougall J, Prentice A. (2009) A diagnostic dilemma: Functioning non-communicating uterine horn and elevated levels of CA125. Paediatric and Adolescent Gynaecology, 22: e127-9.
6. Ong KK, Diderholm B, Salzano G, Wingate D, Hughes IA, MacDougall J, Acerini CL, Dunger DB. (2008) Pregnancy insulin, glucose and BMI contribute to birth outcomes in nondiabetic mothers. Diabetes Care. 31: 2193-7.
7. L Bennett, J MacDougall. (2007) Responding to complaints. Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Reproductive Medicine. 18:1, p23-24.
8. MacDougall & Drummond. (2005) The development of medical teachers: an enquiry into the learning histories of 10 experienced medical teachers. Medical Education 39: 1213-1220.
9. Woo YL. , MacDougall J., Latimer J., Crawford R. (2005) Laparoscopic management of adnexal masses in adolescent females – a multidisciplinary approach. Gynaecology Surgery, 2, 3, p 227-9.
10. MacDougall J. (2003) On the job training on the ward and in the clinic. The Obstetrician & Gynaecologist 5: 221-5.
11. Obediat B, MacDougall J, Harding K. (2002) Plasma exchange in a woman with thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura or severe pre-eclampsia. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 109; 961-2.
12. MacDougall J, Davies MC, Overton CO, Gulekli B, Hall M, Bounds W, Jacobs HS, Guillebaud JG. (1999)Bone Density in a population of long term oral contraceptive users does not differ from that in menstruatingwomen. British Journal. Family Planning 25, 3, p96-100
13. MacDougall MJ, Tan SL, Balen A, Hall V, Mason BA, Jacobs HS. (1994) Prospective trial comparing natural with clomiphene citrate stimulated cycles in IVF. Fertility and Sterility 61; 1052-1057
14. Balen A, MacDougall MJ, Tan SL. (1993) The influence of the number of embryos transferred during IVF on pregnancy outcome. Human Reproduction. 8: 1324-1328.
15. Balen A, Tan SL, MacDougall MJ, Jacobs HS. (1993) Miscarriage rates following IVF are increased in women with polycystic ovaries and decreased by pituitary desensitisation with buserelin. Human Reproduction 8: 959-964.
16. MacDougall MJ, Tan SL, Balen A, Jacobs HS. (1993) A controlled study comparing patients with and without polycystic ovaries undergoing in-vitro fertilisation. Human Reproduction. 8: 233-7.
17. Di Carlo C, Shoham Z, MacDougall MJ, Patel A, Hall M, Jacobs HS. (1992) Polycystic ovaries as a relative protective factor for bone mineral loss in young women with amenorrohea. Fertility and Sterility 57: 314-319.
18. MacDougall MJ, Tan SL, Jacobs HS. (1992) In-vitro fertilisation and the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. Human Reproduction. 7: 597-600.
19. MacDougall MJ, Patel A, Jacobs HS. (1992) Polycystic ovaries in association with Mullerian duct anomalies. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 99: 520-521.
20. MacDougall J. & Siddle N.C. (1991) Emergency cervical cerclage. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 98: 1234-1238.
Abstracts and presentations
1. Syed SF, MacDougall J, Simpson H. (2010) Turner Syndrome patients have a high incidence of metabolic abnormalities. Poster presentation BES.
2. MacDougall J, Brimblecombe P, Cooper C. (2005) An educational programme for general practitioners with a special interest in gynaecology; evaluation of programme and impact on referral rates and GP knowledge base. AMEE conference, Copenhagen.
3. MacDougall J. & Drummond MJ. (2003)The development of medical teachers: interviews with ten experienced medical teachers. Oral presentations at: AMEE conference, Berne, Switzerland.
4. MacDougall J & Drummond MJ. (2003) The development of medical teachers: is there a model? Results of a literature search and interviews with ten experienced medical teachers. ASME meeting “Evaluating & developing teachers”. London.
5. MacDougall J. (2002)Training the trainers courses: Questionnaire survey of the views of medical teachers attending local, regional & national courses. ASME Annual Meeting, Norwich.
6. MacDougall MJ, Tan SL, Hall V, Balen A, Mason BA, & Jacobs HS. (1992)Comparison of natural cycle with stimulated in vitro fertilisation and the behaviour of polycystic with normal ovaries. A prospective randomised trial. Presentation at The British Fertility Society.
7. MacDougall MJ, Parkin M, Balen A, Jacobs HS. (1992) Induction of ovulation in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome and raised follicular phase levels of luteinising hormone: comparison of clomiphene with tamoxifen. Presentation at the 26th British Congress of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Manchester.
8. MacDougall MJ, Tan SL, Balen A, and Jacobs HS. Polycystic Ovaries and In-vitro fertilisation. Presentation at the British Fertility Society's 1st International meeting, London, December 1991. Abstract published J Obstet Gynaecol. 12: 65-66.
9. MacDougall MJ, Tan SL and Jacobs HS. (1991)In-vitro fertilisation and the ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. Presentation at the 7th Annual ESHRE Conference, Paris. Published in Human Reproduction abstract book by Oxford University Press, p 87.
10. MacDougall MJ, Tan SL and Jacobs HS. (1990). Patients with excessive follicular development in an in-vitro fertilisation programme have reduced fertilisation rates. Presentation at the 6th Annual ESHRE conference, Milan. Abstract No.331 published in Human Reproduction.
1. Balen, Creighton, Davies, MacDougall, Stanhope. (2004) The needs of the adolescent patient and her parents in the clinic, Surgical correction of vaginal & uterine anomalies. Overview, how to set up a service; how to teach and train in the clinic. 3 chapters in the “Multidisciplinary Approach to the Management of Paediatric & Adolescent Gynaecology”. Cambridge University Press.
2. Jacobs, Balen, MacDougall. (2001) Polycystic ovaries & assisted reproductive technology. In textbook of Assisted Reproductive techniques, Laboratory & clinical perspectives. Eds: Gardner, Weissman, Howles, Shoham, Dunitz, London, England.
3. MacDougall MJ, Balen A. & Jacobs HS. (1999) Polycystic ovaries and their relevance to assisted fertility. Chapter in the Bourn Hall Textbook of In-vitro fertilisation and assisted Reproduction. Eds: Brinsden PR and Rainsbury PA. Publishers: Parthenon, Carnforth, Lancs. p 93-110.
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