Women's Health Nursing
News and practice for women's health nurse specialists
Breast cancer follow-ups were replaced with an education programme. Women had sufficient care and valuable clinical resources were directed to patients in greater need
A community-based evaluation of individualised homeopathy for women after cancer treatment showed positive results for total, physical and emotional wellbeing
The first young women given human papillomavirus vaccination will soon be invited for cervical screening and should be encouraged to attend
Female genital mutilation is a misunderstood and distressing issue. Nurses need to be aware of its impact to be able to offer or refer women for support
Midwives have a public health role in meeting the needs of disadvantaged women, including those trafficked into the UK
Nurses and other healthcare workers are being asked for their views on how the government should introduce mandatory reporting of female genital mutilation.
Women who take folic acid before becoming pregnant are more likely to have a baby with a normal birth weight, new research suggests.
There is not enough evidence to change the guidance on paracetamol over a link to childhood asthma, according to a new report.
Researchers have announced the wide-scale expansion of a trial in which women are offered shopping vouchers for breastfeeding, following success in a pilot study.
Only 10% of women diagnosed with breast cancer are being offered the chance to have fertility treatment, despite the disease leaving them potentially unable to have children, charity research has found.
Nurses can offer a critical role in supporting women who are victims of rape, but society needs to change its perceptions
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This study reviews the evidence on the psychological effects of induced abortion.