State-of-the-Art Research into Women’s Health Promotion and Healthcare
A special issue of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2024 | Viewed by 4152
Interests: biostatistics; meta-analysis; public health; health education and promotion; women's health; health monitoring; communicable disease epidemiology; menopause; osteoporosis
The issue of women's health in the modern world is extremely important. Numerous studies on women confirm that they live longer than men. However, this does not mean that their quality of life is better. Upon analyzing the literature, one can conclude that regardless of age, women's health is often worse than men's. Due to their responsibilities in terms of childcare and their worse health condition compared to men, women’s professional lives are impacted negatively. The number of women in the world who die from cardiovascular diseases is also increasing, and this mortality rate has been heightened in young women especially.
Therefore, it is important to properly diagnose the determinants of women’s health behavior. Moreover, there is an urgent need to improve healthcare services for women and to ensure they live in conditions suitable for maintaining their mental and physical health. In addition, there is a need to enhance the health and life satisfaction of the modern woman.
This Special Issue is aimed at providing the latest developments on a wide range of topics related to ensuring optimal care for women, as well as on public health issues for women, advances in therapeutic and diagnostic procedures for disease management, mental health, and health promotion that will affect the care and treatment of women.
Dr. Mariola Janiszewska
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- women's health problems
- women's health behaviors and health promotion
- women's mental and emotional health
- women's public health issues
- innovative research and reporting on women's health
- clinical progress in diagnostic procedures