December 2020 Vol. 8 No. 6
Adolescent girls are encouraged to attend education classes regarding their transition through puberty. Pregnant women are encouraged to attend childbirth…
Assessment and management of benign breast lesions: Role of the WHNP
“Benign Breast Conditions: The Role of the WHNP,” will be a breakout session at the 24th Annual NPWH Premier Women’s Health Conference Oct. 13 to 16. See article for registration details.
Challenges of testing for genital herpes
Genital herpes is a common, chronic sexually transmitted infection (STI).1 It is caused by herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1)…
Current practices and perspectives of women’s health providers on STI treatment of sexual partners
Aggressive medical management of sexual partners has been demonstrated to decrease rates of sexually transmitted infection (STI), including rates of…
Hyperprolactinemia: The ABCs of diagnosis and management
Describe common causes for and clinical manifestations of hyperprolactinemia.
NPWH 2020 Conference Research Podium Presentation Abstracts
This issue of Women’s Healthcare: A Clinical Journal for NPs features the abstracts for the research podium presentations given at…
Placing the spotlight on maternal morbidity and mortality among Black women in New York
The prevalence of maternal morbidity and mortality affects Black women disproportionately in the United States. Reducing racial and ethnic disparities in maternal mortality must be a priority.
Preparing for intrauterine device consults and procedures
This article provides nurse practitioners with important details about effective communication strategies that promote patient-centered, shared decision making during contraceptive…
Sex in the era of Covid-19
The current global focus remains on Covid-19. For most Americans, the new normal consists of social distancing measures, which introduces…
Structural Racism and Implicit Bias in Women’s Healthcare
Structural racism creates differential access to opportunities by race/ethnicity and perpetuates inequities among these groups.