From the Journal
The time is now to embrace the power that you have to impact reproductive justice and help shape the policies of tomorrow to create a world that is more inclusive, just, and equitable.
We have an obligation to teach the next generation of providers about the role of implicit bias in healthcare and its impact on patients served.
To fully meet patients’ needs, provide compassionate care that helps our patients thrive, and to create the best health outcomes possible, it is important to make SRHE a priority in our practice.
Racism in nursing has existed since the profession’s historic beginnings, and it continues to permeate nursing education, practice, research, and policy.
Women’s health NPs are ideally positioned to decrease MI stigma and facilitate necessary mental health services as providers of women’s healthcare across the lifespan.
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.
“Fat stigma in Women’s Health” will be a breakout session at the 24th Annual NPWH Premier Women’s Health Conference Oct. 13 to 16. See article for registration details.
Rewards and challenges of caring for women in custody: Perspective of a women’s health nurse practitioner
Nurse practitioners, including women’s health nurse practitioners, can help reduce health disparities, improve access to care, and promote favorable health outcomes for female rural residents.