The Editorial Board recognized two winning manuscripts and four honorable mentions for 2021.
The 2020 Gibbs Prize winning manuscript addresses one of the important public health issues in the United States, says WHI Editor-in-Chief Amita Vyas.
Lawmakers should heed the findings of the 2019 Gibbs Prize winning manuscript, says WHI Editor-in-Chief Amita Vyas. It addresses policies on alcohol use during pregnancy.
The Editorial Board of Women’s Health Issues is pleased to announce that the Charles E. Gibbs Leadership Prize for the best paper published in Women's Health Issues in 2018 (Volume 28) has been awarded to Emily M. Johnston, PhD. Johnston was a doctoral candidate at Emory University when conducting the study, and is now a Research Associate at the Urban Institute.
The 2017 Gibbs Prize went to two authors: Soumitra Bhuyan, for a study on cost-related medication nonadherence, and Maeve Ellen Wallace, for an examination of the relationship between women's reproductive rights and birth outcomes.