|Did you know? More than 1 in 3 women in the |
United States are affected
by intimate partner violence each year.
For a limited time, you can get FREE access to articles on intimate
partner violence (IPV) in a special issue of the
Journal of Women’s Health.
If you’re a health care provider or if you work with women, you have
an important role to play in combatting IPV. You can read and
download articles on topics such as IPV during pregnancy, screening
and counseling for IPV, the links between IPV and substance abuse,
and integrating IPV assessment and intervention into health care.
Free access to the IPV articles is only available until March 31, 2015,
so visit the Journal of Women’s Health website today.
Mental Health Care Screening and Care Coordination During Pregnancy and Postpartum for Women VeteransKristin Mattocks
Contraception and Hormonal Management in the PerimenopauseMargaret E. Long, Stephanie S. Faubion, Kathy L. MacLaughlin, Sandhya Pruthi, Petra M. Casey
Limited Adoption of Current Guidelines for Clinical Breast Examination by Primary Care Physician EducatorsTeresa M. Cheng, Karen M. Freund, Michael Winter, Jay D. Orlander
Managing Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Major Depression in Women Veterans During the Perinatal PeriodGeetha Shivakumar, Elizabeth H. Anderson, Alina M. Surís
Cardiovascular Risk Factors One Year After a Hypertensive Disorder of PregnancyDeborah B. Ehrenthal, Stephanie Rogers, Neal D. Goldstein, David G. Edwards, William S. Weintraub
Multiple Barriers Delay Care Among Women with Abnormal Cancer Screening Despite Patient NavigationAmbili Ramachandran, Karen M. Freund, Sharon M. Bak, Timothy C. Heeren, Clara A. Chen, Tracy A. Battaglia
Patient Characteristics Associated with Pregnancy AmbivalencePooja R. Patel, Tabassum H. Laz, Abbey B. Berenson
Reproductive History and Chronic Hepatic Steatosis in the Michigan Study of Women's Health Across the NationCatherine Kim, Siobán D. Harlow, Shengchun Kong, Carrie Karvonen-Gutierrez, Kelly Ylitalo, Bin Nan
Intimate Partner Violence, Consequences on Women's Health, and Promising Interventions
Guest Editors: Samia Noursi, PhD, and Lisa Begg, DrPH
IntroductionSamia Noursi, Lisa Begg, Nancy Lee, Janine Austin Clayton
Identifying and Intervening with Substance-Using Women Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence: Phenomenology, Comorbidities, and Integrated Approaches Within Primary Care and Other Agency SettingsTerri L. Weaver, Louisa Gilbert, Nabila El-Bassel, Heidi S. Resnick, Samia Noursi
Screening and Counseling for Intimate Partner Violence: A Vision for the FutureReem M. Ghandour, Jacquelyn C. Campbell, Jacqueline Lloyd
Intimate Partner Violence and Its Health Impact on Disproportionately Affected Populations, Including Minorities and Impoverished GroupsJamila K. Stockman, Hitomi Hayashi, Jacquelyn C. Campbell
Coordinated Public Health Initiatives to Address Violence Against Women and AdolescentsMary Ann Dutton, Lisa James, Aleisha Langhorne, Marylouise Kelley
Screening and Intervention for Intimate Partner Violence in Healthcare Settings: Creating Sustainable System-Level ProgramsL. Kevin Hamberger, Karin Rhodes, Jeremy Brown
Integrating Intimate Partner Violence Assessment and Intervention into Healthcare in the United States: A Systems ApproachElizabeth Miller, Brigid McCaw, Betsy L. Humphreys, Connie Mitchell
Intimate Partner Violence During Pregnancy: Maternal and Neonatal OutcomesJeanne L. Alhusen, Ellen Ray, Phyllis Sharps, Linda Bullock
Clinical Q & A
Urinary Incontinence: Not Just a Mid-Laugh CrisisJulia A. Files, Anita P. Mayer, Darryl S. Chutka