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Women's Issues/Health

for researchers interested in/conducting work on issues pertaining to women and women's health

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Latest Activity: Oct 20, 2015

Welcome! I hope this can be a space for researchers to discuss different methods, topics and questions relating to the broad and expansive topic of women's issues and health. Please introduce yourself if you are new and what your area of research is.


Discussion Forum

Journal Recommendations for women's issues

Started by Debbie Aug 18, 2010.

Mixed methods study of abortion (developing countries)

Started by Kerry MacQuarrie May 10, 2010.

criminological reserch

Started by Morshed Alam Aug 23, 2009.

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Comment by Dr. Swati Bute on November 7, 2011 at 11:33
What are the major (universal) health indicators?
Comment by helena sant'ana on September 23, 2011 at 14:10

I'm interesting in mental health, specially the relation on women , stress and work. You can also join my group.


Comment by Amir Mohammad Sayem on September 9, 2010 at 17:16
I am researcher from Bangladesh. I am new with it; however, i have conducted some studies (around 10) on violence against women, psychological distress, coping strategies, attitude towards IPV, attitude towards patterns of coping strategies, et cetera. I am very much interested to share IPV related studies as well as jointly conducting studies on IPV related issues with anyone having interest in it.
Comment by Kerry MacQuarrie on August 11, 2010 at 18:48
Hello Ripudaman! Who are you working with? And where? I've done a bit of research around abortion & gender in MP. I've always wondered why D&C is so predominant in lieu of MVA &/or EVA and wonder too whether the introduction of medical abortion provides an opening to reconfigure the composition of methods providers offer. I'd like to hear more about your work.
Comment by Ripudaman K on August 11, 2010 at 18:39
As a new member to this group, allow me to introduce myself.........
I am Ripudaman from India, working for the cause of Advancing Reproductive Rights of Women on specific issue of providing knowledge on access to Safe Abortion, its legalities and other issues to women in rural setup. Remember the MMR is pretty high due to unsafe induced abortion practices here in our area. We also provide short training to Medical Doctors on specially designed MVA kit, to reduce pain and risk of injuries and fatalities.
Comment by Ali Cheung on July 19, 2010 at 5:46
Hello, I am a researcher from one of the social service agencies in Hong Kong and conducts lots of research related to women and gender issues.

Currently, I am going to lanuch a project about multiple roles of women, conficts and their outcomes.

Stay touch!

Ali Cheung
Comment by Sarah Louise Bulloch on February 16, 2010 at 10:29
You may already be aware of this, but there are a few very interesting videos on feminist research methods, amongst other things, in the 'Video' section of the site. Have a look! I thought some of them were potentially interesting to members of this group :-)

Hope you are all well!
Comment by Sarah Louise Bulloch on February 9, 2010 at 9:14
Hi Mozhde,
It might be useful to have a look at Prof Sara Arber's book 'Gender and Ageing', as well as other publications she has done. She has done a lot of work on women and ageing, and a fair bit on health too. She is based at the University of Surrey, UK.
Good luck!
Comment by mozhde daliri on February 9, 2010 at 1:08
Im going to study on aging woman and health(in my thesis )
would u help me?
Comment by Jenny Hall on February 1, 2010 at 8:45
Hello I am a Senior Midwifery lecturer in the UK. I am doing an EdD at the moment exploring the essece of the art of midwifery. Obviously this is all connected with women and women's health issues!

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