The Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health is based at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University and publishes the peer-reviewed journal Women's Health Issues. Our mission is to identify and study aspects of healthcare and public health, including legal and policy issues, that affect women’s health at different life stages; to foster awareness of and facilitate dialogue around issues that affect women’s health; and to promote interdisciplinary research, coordination, and information dissemination.
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Women’s Health Issues Releases Equity-Focused Resources for Authors
November 30, 2023
Women's Health Issues has released two new resources for authors as part of the journal's work to advance equity in academic publishing.
APHA Panel Discusses Pharmacists' Role in Contraceptive Care
November 20, 2023
Julia Strasser was one of three panelists at an American Public Health Association annual meeting panel on pharmacists and contraceptive care.
Which Primary Care Providers Offer Family Planning Services? Study Reports on Facility and Clinician Characteristics
November 10, 2023
The Editor's Choice study in the Nov/Dec Women's Health Issues examines provision of family planning services by primary care providers.