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  1. The Ten Most Influential Women Scholars in Health Promotion

    This article features 10 of the most influential women scholars in health promotion: Drs Shiriki Kumanyika, Andrea Gielen, Leslie B. Hammer, Peggy A. Hannon, Sara Johnson, Michelle C. Kegler, Laura A. Linnan, Keshia Pollack Porter, Anastasia M. Snelling, and Glorian Sorensen. Other of the most influential researchers specializing in health ...

  2. Gender-transformative health promotion for women: a framework for

    Gender-transformative health promotion must tackle gender as an element of social systems and structures, not merely an individual attribute. This may mean addressing the gender wage gap; the participation of women in leadership; or the investment in research funding on women-specific health concerns.

  3. Health promotion focusing on migrant women through a community based

    Background Migrants are often more vulnerable to health issues compared to host populations, and particularly the women. Therefore, migrant women's health is important in promoting health equity in society. Participation and empowerment are central concepts in health promotion and in community-based participatory research aimed at enhancing health. The aim of this study was to identify ...

  4. Exploring the gap in women's health issues

    The women's health gap is the disease burden associated with inequities between women and men in intervention efficacy, care delivery, and data. A recent analysis from the McKinsey Health Institute, in collaboration with the World Economic Forum, has shown that closing the women's health gap globally could result in better overall health ...

  5. Gender-transformative health promotion for women: a framework for

    Gender-related principles of action are identified that extend the core principles of health promotion but reflect the significance of attending to gender in the development and use of evidence, engagement of stakeholders and selection of interventions. We illustrate the framework with examples from a range of women's health promotion ...

  6. The Contribution of Feminist Approaches to Health Promotion Research

    Much of the health promotion research on women has been dominated by positivist models which decontextualise women's experience and fail to consider the socio-cultural context in which they live their lives. We emphasise the importance of qualitative feminist approaches to data collection, attempting to give voice to those whose experiences ...

  7. PDF The Ten Most Influential Women Scholars in Health Promotion

    This article features 10 of the most influential women scholars in health promotion: Drs Shiriki Kumanyika, Andrea Gielen, Leslie B. Hammer, Peggy A. Hannon, Sara Johnson, Michelle C. Kegler, Laura A. Linnan, Keshia Pollack Porter, Anastasia M. Snelling, and Glorian Sorensen. Other of the most in uential researchers specializing in health ...

  8. Health promotion focusing on migrant women through a community ...

    Background: Migrants are often more vulnerable to health issues compared to host populations, and particularly the women. Therefore, migrant women's health is important in promoting health equity in society. Participation and empowerment are central concepts in health promotion and in community-based participatory research aimed at enhancing health.

  9. Femtechs take on women's health

    A boost in investments driven by new research is finally lifting women's health out of medicine's backwaters. US President Biden committed an extra $200 million for women's health research ...

  10. PDF 2024-2028 NIH-Wide Strategic Plan for Research on the Health of Women

    Ensure that women are appropriately represented in biomedical and behavioral research studies supported by NIH 5. Develop opportunities and support for the recruitment, retention, re-entry, and advancement of women in biomedical careers 6. Support research on women's health issues The. NIH Reform Act of 2006.

  11. Potential Risks and Factors of Women's Health Promotion

    The Special Issue "Potential Risks and Factors of Women's Health Promotion" of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health was launched in June 2019 with the main aim of implementing international literature data on various aspects of women's health, such as breastfeeding, HPV, and gynecological diseases [ 4 ].

  12. Unleashing the potential of Health Promotion in primary care—a scoping

    The purpose of this study is to gain a better understanding of the role and extent of health promotion lifestyle interventions targeting adults i. ... Effects of a walking exercise-focused health promotion program for middle-aged women in the Korean community. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 19, 14947. Google ...

  13. Protecting and Advancing the Health of Women Through Policy, Research

    Kaveeta Vasisht, M.D., Pharm.D. The OWH Research Fellowship Program, launched in 2020, continues to advance women's health. The program promotes research collaborations among FDA experts ...

  14. Women‐centred workplace health promotion interventions: a systematic

    Aim. To analyse workplace health promotion interventions implemented exclusively for the female population. Background. The differences in biological, psychological and social characteristics, as well as the type of work carried out by men and women, make it necessary for workplace health promotion to be specific for each group.

  15. Women's health

    Women's health. Being a man or a woman has a significant impact on health, as a result of both biological and gender-related differences. The health of women and girls is of particular concern because, in many societies, they are disadvantaged by discrimination rooted in sociocultural factors. For example, women and girls face increased ...

  16. Women's health priorities and interventions

    Building on the unfinished agenda, Marleen Temmerman and colleagues elaborate actions needed to improve the health and wellbeing of women and girls around the world Over the past decades, governments have taken steps towards improving women's health in line with commitments made in key international summits. Progress has been made in reducing maternal mortality,1 which accelerated with the ...

  17. Women's Health Research Roadmap

    The Women's Health Research Roadmap builds on knowledge gained from previously funded research and is intended to assist OWH in coordinating future research activities with other FDA research ...

  18. Editorial: Women in oral health promotion: 2021

    Editorial on the Research Topic Women in oral health promotion: 2021. Discrimination is a serious issue in the scientific world and in nearly all countries men dominate scientific production. In dentistry, women remain underrepresented in academia, and this gap is widened whenever each career step is progressed ( 1 ).

  19. Barriers to Adopting Healthy Lifestyle and Health Promotion ...

    Background A healthy lifestyle is a crucial step in disease prevention and management, as well as a significant predictor of health promotion. Yet, despite an increase in chronic morbidity among Bedouin women in southern Israel, little research has been conducted on their health behaviors. Therefore, the aim of this study is to examine barriers to adopting a healthy lifestyle and health ...

  20. Women

    Healthy People 2030 focuses on addressing these specific needs in order to improve women's health and safety throughout their lives. Both pregnancy and childbirth can lead to serious long-term health problems for women. Strategies to decrease unplanned pregnancies and make sure women get high-quality health care before, during, and after ...

  21. Promoting Women'S Health-seeking Behavior: Research and The Empowerment

    Abstract. Despite advances in medical knowledge, commentators agree that the greatest gains in health will come through behavioral change. Women must change their health-seeking behavior; worldwide, health advocates find that even though services may be provided for women, it does not guarantee that women use them.

  22. Women's Health

    Women's health information, tips, and research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Skip directly to site content Skip ... Inclusion of Women and Racial and Ethnic Minorities in Research; Health Matters for Women Newsletter; Social_govd. Get Email Updates. To receive email updates about this page, enter your email address: Email ...

  23. Ten top issues for women's health

    Depression is the most common mental health problem for women and suicide a leading cause of death for women under 60. Helping sensitise women to mental health issues, and giving them the confidence to seek assistance, is vital. Noncommunicable diseases: In 2012, some 4.7 million women died from noncommunicable diseases before they reached the ...

  24. Women's Health Topics

    Contact Point. Food and Drug Administration Office of Women's Health 10903 New Hampshire Ave WO32-2333 Silver Spring, MD 20993. [email protected]. (301) 796-9440 Phone. (301) 847-8601 fax.

  25. Item of Interest: NICHD Leads Summer Workshops on Women's Health

    The month of May 2024 includes notable women's health-related observances, including Women's Health Month, National Women's Health Week, Preeclampsia Awareness Month, and Menstrual Hygiene Day. NICHD has a more than 60-year history of leading and supporting research on women's health.

  26. A New Way To Help Protect Pregnant Women and Children From Lead

    The city of Newark was awarded a $5.6 million Lead Hazard Reduction grant by HUD for homeowners and tenants to remediate lead paint. People living in housing built before 1978, pregnant women, households with children under 6 and families with an income 80% below the area's average are eligible to apply for funds.

  27. Women Are Taking More Mental Health Days. Here's How To ...

    2: Show a more vulnerable side of your leaders. Have leaders share their own mental health journeys and encourage others in the business to share their stories, as well. Host a panel on mental ...

  28. Study: Women Undertreated for Heart Disease Compared to Men

    More recently, a 2019 report noted 67% of women were on a statin compared to about 78% of men. That same study showed about 19% of the women said they hadn't previously been offered a statin ...