Editorial Policy

Reporting Procedures

At Gennev, we strive to bring you the best, most recent, most trustworthy health information there is. Your safety is always our first priority.

To achieve that, we insist that all content producers (writers, podcasters, etc.) follow strict procedures to ensure the accuracy of the information we share.

Every story we provide is scrupulously researched, every claim substantiated by an expert authority. Each story is reviewed by at least two editors and a licensed medical professional before publication. Content is regularly reviewed and updated to keep our information current and accurate.

Editorial Independence and Affiliate Links

Gennev does, periodically, partner with a vendor on content. Any content that involves an exchange of money or goods, or where there is an affiliate agreement, is clearly marked as such. We will never endorse a product we have no personal knowledge of or believe to be unsafe.

Gennev Staff

Our Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Rebecca Dusnmoor-Su MSCE, NCMP, FACOG, is an OB/GYN and epidemiologist. As both MD and epidemiologist, she is uniquely qualified to review not only our content but the studies we reference in our research.

We also rely on the Gennev Telemedicine physicians and coaches for their professional expertise. Our physicians are MDs and usually menopause-certified by The North American Menopause Society. All our Menopause Coaches are Registered Dietitians.

Our editorial staff are all highly trained professional writers with experience writing in health care, finance, technology, small business, SEO, content marketing, and more. All are trained in health care research, including determining the quality and relevance of information.

Research misconduct: all articles are guaranteed free of fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism as outlined by the US Office of Research Integrity. Evidence of editorial misconduct will result in termination.