I have recently finished a review paper which is due to be published by Springer in *Fundamental Theories of Physics Vol. 179*, as part of the book *Equations of Motion in Relativistic Gravity*. A preprint of the article is available on the arXiv. The abstract for the article is below:

Building on substantial foundational progress in understanding the effect of a small body’s self-field on its own motion, the past 15 years has seen the emergence of several strategies for explicitly computing self-field corrections to the equations of motion of a small, point-like charge. These approaches broadly fall into three categories: (i) mode-sum regularization, (ii) effective source approaches and (iii) worldline convolution methods. This paper reviews the various approaches and gives details of how each one is implemented in practice, highlighting some of the key features in each case.