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Women and Health

"Women & Health publishes original papers and critical reviews containing highly useful information for researchers, policy planners, and all providers of health care for women. These papers cover findings from studies concerning health and illness and physical and psychological well-being of women, as well as the environmental, lifestyle and sociocultural factors that are associated with health and disease, which have implications for prevention, early detection and treatment, limitation of disability and rehabilitation.

Widely accepted as the standard reference source for specialists in the field, Women & Health contains information that is eminently useful to researchers, policy planners, and all providers of health care for women. The journal covers material involving the physical and psychological well-being of women, the sociocultural factors that lead to health problems, and issues of prevention, early diagnosis and treatment, the limitation of disability, and rehabilitation." (From publisher's website)

Impact Factor1.337
Peer ReviewedYes
Publishing FrequencyBimonthly
Articles Published/Year56
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PubMed Central SubmissionMethod D

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Select PSC Publications in Women and Health

Jenkins, Kristi R., and Mary Beth Ofstedal. 2014. "The Association Between Socioeconomic Status and Cardiovascular Risk Factors Among Middle-Aged and Older Men and Women." Women and Health, 54(1): 15-34.

Rudzik, A. E.F., Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, and L.L. Sievert. 2011. "Determinants of Tubal Ligation in Puebla, Mexico." Women and Health, 51(4): 365-382.