Advancement of health and well-being of women globally through interdisciplinary research, coordination, and information dissemination.
Vision: To meet this end:
1. GWH serves as a unique open access platform to disseminate appropriate quality healthcare information to resource-limited countries to manage common and complex problems experienced by women of all ages.
2. Committed to provide a common language for epidemiologists, public health practitioners, and women’s health specialists to improve women’s health from global perspectives.
3. Foster collaboration with organizations to reach more people and spread the word about the importance of women’s health.
Aims & Scope: Global Women’s Health is a bimonthly peer-reviewed journal which prioritizes to publish high-quality articles that advance science research and contribute to the development of health promotion, disease prevention, health services delivery, and health policy approaches to improve women’s health.
GWH aims at providing open access articles on prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care relating to a wide variety of topics such as reproductive health, cancer, maternal health, HIV, sexually transmitted infections, violence against women, mental health and noncommunicable diseases that affect women of all ages.
The scope of global women’s health not only encompasses clinical studies, but also a full spectrum of scientific investigations such as molecular and genetic, other basic and laboratory studies, healthy lifestyle and behavior, risk reduction and disease prevention and also addresses both qualitative and quantitative outcomes of clinical research related to women healthcare and issues.
GWH publishes original research, systematic review articles, and commentaries as well as observational studies, and clinical trials on women’s healthcare and policy addressing striking sex/gender differences.
We encourage researchers and scientific community to avail this open access platform which is free to use, distribute under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License by disseminating clinical information globally for improving women’s health.