Providing screening for anxiety, depression, and suicidality at every visit with an adolescent is a necessity in the post-Covid landscape.
April 2022 Vol. 10 No. 2
Cultural Parallels Between Female Genital Cosmetic Surgery and Female Genital Mutilation
The parallel that exists between female genital cosmetic surgery and female genital mutilation is undeniable.
Development of a Vaginal Simulation Model for Virtual Teaching of Pelvic Health
Inspiration for this design was the move from in-person to virtual teaching necessitated by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Highlights on Contraceptive Management
Progestins in Combination Oral Contraceptives
Many factors come into play when making a COC selection. Among them are the patient’s clinical picture, preferences which may include noncontraceptive benefits, past experiences with hormonal contraception, availability, and cost.
Recruitment and Retention of Diverse Students and Faculty in Women’s Health
Nurses of color are being lost in the pipeline from RN to NP in general and from RN to WHNP in particular.
The Imperative for DNP-prepared NPs to Continue the Quality Improvement Journey
Vaginal Estrogen: An Option to be Considered for Postmenopausal Women
Despite the fear and negativity surrounding the use of vaginal estrogen, it is safe and effective for the treatment of vaginal dryness in most postmenopausal women.