To address the problem of women veterans facing harassment when seeking VA care, VA developed a training to educate providers about harassment and how they can intervene to stop it. Early results suggest the training is acceptable and effective.
A new supplement adds to the growing literature on veterans’ health and contributes to broader efforts to improve reporting of results by sex/gender as well as informing ongoing work to improve care for women veterans.
One in four women veterans who receives care at a Veterans Affairs medical center has experienced inappropriate comments or behavior from male veterans on facility grounds, a new study found.
The latest Women's Health Issues Editor's Choice study examines the imperfect alignment between pregnancy intention and attitude in contraceptive selection.
Black women are less likely than women of other races/ethnicities to use non-opioid therapies like yoga to treat chronic pain, found a study on veterans with chronic musculoskeletal conditions.