Journal of Women's Reproductive Health

Journal of Women's Reproductive Health

ISSN: 2381-862X

JWRH

Aims And Scope

 

Open Access launches the Open Peer-Reviewed Journal -” Journal of Woman’s Reproductive Health. ISSN 2381-862X” The journal aims to cover the latest outstanding developments in the corresponding field.

 
Journal of Women’s Reproductive Health (JWRH) aims to be disseminating and highlighting research in the field of Women’s Reproductive Health. It fosters a comprehensive and global view of the impacts of reproductive health on women by taking into consideration not only their physical health but also their psychological, social, and cultural contexts. JWRH accepts contributions from research conducted on women of all ages, ranging from paediatric to geriatric, pregnancy and childbirth, gynecological cancer, preconception care, infertility, menopause, gynecological care, hormonal issues, sexual health, mental health, lifestyle and more.

 

JWRH provides a platform for the publication of reports in all aspects of the biology and management of women’s reproductive health and rearing, including but not limited to: obstetrics, gynaecology, midwifery, infertility, oncology, reproductive endocrinology and infertility/fertility, and contraception. The journal additionally aims to consolidate and communicate research related to reproductive biology, health and science in a timely fashion, maternal well-being, reproductive health policy, and education on contraception, reproductive medicine, infertility, gynecological cancers and disorders, relationships, contraception, genetics, hormone-related issues, research, and more. 

 

The scope of the journal covers the development of new diagnostics and therapeutic approaches to addressing women’s reproductive health and well-being – from basic science to clinical management, preventive methods, health promotion initiatives and intervention strategies to improve reproductive health outcomes, studies on the biology and pathology of the female reproductive system and its disorders; investigations on the impact of health policies on women's reproductive health needs; papers involving risk factors and protection patterns in women's health; epidemiological research on the etiology, prevention and control of women's reproductive health conditions; studies on characterization of the physical and mental health of women; analyses of the implications of gender, cultural and geographical factors; assessments of societal roles, family planning and related areas of women's health.

 

JWRH accepts manuscripts reporting original work on the anatomy, physiology, pathology, epidemiology, and therapeutics of the reproductive system and its related diseases. Manuscripts related to research, clinical practice, and education are all welcome. 

 

Specifically, the scope of the journal includes the following topics:

 

Vulnerable Populations and Reproductive Health

Sexual and Reproductive Rights

Clinical Aspects of Reproductive Medicine

Strategies, Techniques and Technologies Applied in Reproductive Medicine

Fecundity and Fertility

Obstetrics and Gynecology

The Impact of Nutrition and Exercise on Women’s Reproductive Health

Sociological Aspects of Reproductive Health and Childbearing

Psycho-neurological Implications of Reproductive Health

Genetics and its Impact on Women’s Reproductive Health

Contraception, Abortion and Post Contraceptive Methods

Neonatal Care and Pediatrics​​

Pregnancy

Preterm Birth

​​Urogynecology

Endocrinology

​​Puberty

​​Endometriosis

​​Eroticism

​​Fertility and Infertility

​​Nursing in Pregnancy

​​Menstrual Syndrome and Complications

Hyperandrogenism in Females

​​Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Obstetrics/Gynecology

Vaginal Diseases

Sexually transmitted infections

Disorders like osteoporosis, fistulas, migraines, postpartum depression, etc.,

Dosage hazards

Supplements

Reaction

Novel properties

Clinical trials

Laboratory observations

Therapy

Theory

Effects on health

Disease prevention

Natural vs. Artificial

Sources

Targeted organs

Benefits

Infection

Breast ailments

Nutrition and fitness

Stress

Prenatal care

Infections and virus

Incidence and mortality

Habits and lifestyle

Counseling

Metabolism

Obesity

Socio-economic status

Psychological aspects

Prognostic factors

Contraception

Preventive measures

Fertility factors

Diagnosis

Therapy

Labor

Complications

Surgery

Postnatal care

Mother’s health
 

 

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