Nursing for Women's Health
Nursing for Women's Health (NWH) is the practice journal of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses. The mission of NWH is to translate evidence into nursing practice to improve health outcomes for individuals, families, and populations. The target audience is nurses, advanced practice nurses, midwives, and interdisciplinary teams working in women's and gender-related health, childbearing care, and neonatal health.
Articles published in NWH are peer-reviewed, clinically focused, and intended to promote the practice of nurses across settings to the fullest scope of their training and education. The journal is highly visual, with full-color images, figures, tables, boxes, and additional resources to enhance readers' understanding and implementation of information into practice areas.
Topics broadly include emerging and future clinical challenges; development, implementation, and evaluation of interdisciplinary projects; diseases and conditions; pharmacology; and health care policy, legislation, and advocacy. Global health topics, especially those with implications for nursing practice in United States, are also welcome. The editors of NWH are committed to addressing issues of health equity, disparity, and social justice through publication of articles that bring these issues to the forefront.
NWH is published bi-monthly. Article types accepted for review include practice articles; literature reviews; reports of quality improvement and evidence-based practice projects; quantitative and qualitative research with direct clinical implications for the target audience; summaries of new drugs and devices; commentaries; continuing nursing education (CNE) articles; personal essays; and letters to the editor.