Archives of Women Health and Care

Archives of Women Health and Care

Archives of Women Health and Care (AWHC) is an open access, critically acclaimed, peer-reviewed journal with broad scope covering all zones of health care and related topics that concern women around the globe. AWHC publishes interesting and informative reviews on any topic connected with Women’s Health, and considers any original research contribution that advocates change in, or illuminates, health care of all women throughout the lifespan.

The Journal is supported by an international editorial board consisting of a distinguished team of Editors encouraging discussion topics, inviting readers to comment on articles that focus on specific aspects of health issue for women. AWHC aims at rapid publication of significant new women’s health studies while maintaining rigorous peer-review process.

The editors especially welcome interdisciplinary studies, focussing on the interface between psychiatry, psychosomatics, obstetrics and gynaecology. And all types of newest research, theories, and issues in the fields of public health, social science, health care practice, and health care policy of women. Scholars and practitioners address topics such as cultural differences, alternative lifestyles, domestic violence, public health issues associated with the aging of the population, maternal morbidity and mortality, infectious diseases, and a host of other gender-based ethical issues.

Papers are accepted on a worldwide basis. AWHC welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors.

You are welcome to submit your work to submissions@researchopenworld.com

Open Access Policy: This journal is an open access journal which provides immediate, worldwide, boundary free access to the full content of every distributed article without charging readers or their institutions for access. Readers are given authorization to read, circulate, copy, print, download, search, or link to the full texts of all articles in AWHC.

Editorial Board

Editors In Chief

Prof. Laura Serrant
Professor of Nursing,
Faculty of Health and Wellbeing,
Sheffield Hallam University
South Yorkshire,
UK

Prof. Debbie Sheppard-LeMoine
Professor of Nursing,
StFX Rankin School of Nursing,

Antigonish,
Canada

Mariesa R. Severson

Assistant Professor of Nursing,
School of Nursing,
King University,
USA


Dr. Anna Maria Brown

School of Health & Medical Sciences,
University of Surrey,
Guildford,
UK


Prof. Maria D Krol

Department of Nursing,
Southern Connecticut State University,
USA


Prof. Jeanie Flood

Department of Nursing,
New Mexico Highlands University,
USA


Dr Julia Gale

Head of School of Nursing,
Kingston University,
UK


Prof. Barbara Blackford

Alan & Sue Leighton School of Nursing,
Marian University,
Indianapolis,
USA


Dr. Sandra Gardner

Chair and Associate Professor of Nursing,
School of Arts and Sciences,
New Mexico Highlands University,
USA

Jessica Beitler

Assistant Professor of Nursing,
Department of Nursing,
University of Mount Union,
USA


Jerry Ngwena

Professional Lead,
College of Nursing, Midwifery and Healthcare,
The University of West London,
UK


Prof. Barbara B Blozen

Department of Nursing,
New Jersey City University,
USA


Prof. Prakash Mandhan

Department of Clinical Surgery,
Weill Cornell University,
USA


Prof. Mini M Jose

School of Nursing,
University of Texas Medical Branch,
USA


Dr. Lisa Young

Director, Wellness/Health Center,
Department of Nursing,
Chicago State University,
USA


Prof. Ainat Koren

Susan and Alan Solomont School of Nursing,
University of Massachusetts,
Lowell, USA

Dr. Laura Abbott

Department of Adult Nursing and Primary Care, School of Health and Social Work ,
University of Hertfordshire,
UK


Prof. Gloria Boseman

Department of Nursing,
New Jersey City University,
New Jersey,
USA


Dr. Maria Healy

School of Nursing and Midwifery
Queen’s University Belfast,
UK


Prof. Sherri Coffman

School of Nursing,
Nevada State College, Henderson,
USA


Prof. Gerri Lasiuk

School of Nursing,
University of Saskatchewan,
Canada


Prof. Erna Snelgrove-Clarke

School of Nursing,
Dalhousie University,
Nova Scotia,
Canada


Prof. Karen Winters

Department of Nursing,
University of Mississippi Medical Center,
USA

Published Articles

Temporal Effect of Repeated Spinal Manipulation on Mortality Ratio: A Case Report

Chad E. Cook PT, Joshua A. Cleland, Paul E. Mintken

Case Report – ARCH Women Health Care

Women’s Experiences of Gynaecological Consultations – Uncovering Its Technological Toolboxes: Challenges in a Brazilian context

Dora Lucia Leidens Correa DE OLIVEIRA, Maíra ROSSETTO, Laura SERRANT

Review Article – ARCH Women Health Care

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