Women's Health Open Journal

Special Editions


  • Sexual Health for All

    A Special Edition by


    Womens Health - Open Journal


    Submissions Deadline: July 31st, 2017

    Release Date: August 31st, 2017 (Accepted papers will be published online immediately).




    Introduction of Special Edition


    We are pleased to announce a special issue for the Women's Health--Open Journal. This special issue, titled Sexual Health for All, provides an opportunity to explore the new lines of critical thinking and research in the areas of sexual health. Each article should provide a theoretical frame as well as critical analyses of either new research or current practical problems in working in the arena of women's health. Various disciplinary lenses will be considered.

    Each article should be a maximum of 10,000 words in length including references. Topics relating to women's sexual health will be considered. We are looking for articles that address sexual health topics with women from various groups. Research with marginalized and/or not well researched groups, e.g., LGBTQ populations, refugee groups, youth/adolescents, disabled women, aging women, etc., are very appropriate for this special issue. The focus of the articles should be on how to address practical and applied problems that these populations face in the 21st Century.



    Country Type
    Short Communication
    Opinion
    Letters to Editors
    Review
    Mini Review
    Research
    Case Report
    High Income
    USD 379
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    USD 279
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    Middle Income
    USD 279
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    USD 179
    USD 379
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    Low Income
    USD 179
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    USD 99
    USD 279
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    Special Edition Editor


    Guest Editor


    Caren J. Frost, PhD., M.P.H.

    Research Professor
    College of Social Work
    University of Utah
    Salt Lake City, Utah , USA
    E-mail: Caren.Frost@socwk.utah.edu












    Commentary


    Sexual Health for All

    Caren J. Frost*

    Provisional PDF344 KB344 KB


    Observational Study


    Addressing Barriers to Reproductive Autonomy among Sexually Active Female University Students in the United States

    Peter R. Fawson*, Rachel L. Wright, Timothy Jones, Kelsey Stone and Evamarie Siegel

    Provisional PDF404  KB404 KB