Women’s Health

Open journal

ISSN 2380-3940

Brief Research Report

2022 Jul

Shin-ichi Sakamoto*, Taiki Godo, Masafumi Koshiyama, Eri Ikuta, and Yumiko Watanabe

Commentary

2021 Dec

Eri Ikuta, Masafumi Koshiyama*, Miwa Nakagawa, Ayumi Ono, Yumiko Watanabe, Keiko Seki, Makiko Oowaki, and Yuji Okuda

Commentary

2021 Dec

Thomas Baptiste-Weiss, and Beatrice Cuzin*

Brief Research Report

2021 May

Emmanuel E. Nwusulor*, and Ifeoma I. Onwubiko

Special Editions

Women’s Health – Open Journal (WHOJ) is an online open access journal that focuses on common health, psychological, and social issues that affect women.

The journal aims to disseminate information about health issues such as menstruation, contraception, maternal health, childbirth, menopause, and breast cancer, as well as raise awareness about social stigmas such as sexual education, contraception, abortion, and discrimination that women face in society.

Women’s health and related issues, which have always been thought-provoking subjects, will help spread social awareness pertaining to the qualms of gender as a social determinant of health and issues specific to the human female anatomy. This will aid in understanding the areas where women and men have biological sex differences.

The World Health Organization emphasises gender as a social determinant of health and exposes all initiatives required to address a woman’s health issues as a moral issue.

Openventio is determined to disseminate all detailed issues concerning women’s health to the female community for their benefit through its open journal.

editor-in-chief

Associate editors

Masafumi Koshiyama, MD, PhD

Department of Womens Health, University of Shiga Prefecture

Steven R. Lindheim, MD, MMM

Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Boonshoft School of Medicine, Wright State University

editors

Sylvia Hanna, MD

Avalo T 1500 Liberty

Elhadi Miskeen, MBBS, MD

Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Gezira-Sudan

Maurizio Clementi, MD

Department of Medical Genetics, University of Padua

Ronald Laura, PhD

The University of Newcastle

Joseph Nassif, MD, MEd, EMBA

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, American University

Bruno KI, MD

Pathfinder International Burkina Faso

Li Sun, MD, PhD

Department of Gynecologic Oncology, University of Shandong

L. N. Suman, M.Phil, PhD

Department of Clinical Psychology, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS)

Indira Sharma, MBBS, MD, PhD

Department of Psychiatry, Banaras Hindu University

K. Pushpalatha, MBBS, MS

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences

Karim A. Abawi, MD

Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research

Dave R. Listijono, MBBS, MRMed

Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Halle-Ekane E. Gregory, MD

University of Buea

Eleanor Holroyd, PhD, RN

RMIT University

Jacqueline H. Watts, PhD

Open University

Scott G. Chudnoff, MD

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Womens Health, Montefiore Medical Center – Moses Division

Anchit Khanna, MD, MMedSci, PhD

Haemato-Oncology, Novartis, Australia & New Zealand
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Daniel Alonso-Alconada, PhD

Department of Neonatology, University of College London

JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH

Division of Preventive Medicine, Brigham and Womens Hospital

reviewers

Linda E. O’Raw, BSc, PhD

University of Nottingham, UK

Petrida Ijumba, PhD

University of Rwanda, South Africa

Maria Trigoni, PhD

General University Hospital of Crete, Greece

Archana Amatya, MD, MPH, EMBA

Nick Simons Institute, Nepal

Conchetta W. Fulton, RPH, PHARMD

Xavier University of Louisiana, USA

Barbara Wejnert, PhD

University at Buffalo, USA

Laurie A. Nsiah-Jefferson, PhD, MPH

The University of Massachusetts Boston, USA

Feedback Corner

Osteopathic Therapist in Integrative and Alternative Medicine - WHOJ

5/5

Having the opportunity to write an international article for WHOJ is a real honor for all the women in the Globaly. The Pelvic Floor as an Emotional Organ “Mirror of the Soul” as a global challenge for this century and particularly under the COVID crisis. After long experience both in public hospital and also in the field with the United Nations Asia and Africa We know that Female sexual dysfunction is a real problem. WHOJ’s is one of the best organizations to promote the defense of women voices and thematically advance research in the world. It is therefore the opening of an experience sharing that we hope will sensitize public opinion, but will also allow the creation of many working groups throughout the world in a more concrete way thanks to the WHO journal.

E Herriot University Hospital - WHOJ

5/5

Very positive experience with the team, relationships have been both professional and friendly, all our questions quickly resolved, and we are honored to appear in a WHO journal: so many thanks for this high-quality collaboration.

Federal Ministry of Health - WHOJ

5/5

First, I wish to immensely thank the hardworking Editor for kind considerations, encouragements and professional guidance. I highly appreciate the dedicated and forthright Reviewers who meticulously read the manuscript and made useful suggestions that made the final work much better. I will recommend this journal to my colleagues and researchers. When I am done with other works in progress, I will still submit them to this journal for consideration for publication. Many thanks and do keep it up!

Chatham University - WHOJ

5/5

The process was straight-forward and efficient. Reviewer feedback was clear and detailed. We will consider this journal for our future publications.

Registered Nurse - WHOJ

5/5

I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the guidance I received with regards to submitting my opinion piece for your publication. The editorial staff was very helpful and gave me the guidance I needed since this is a new process for me! I have been in the clinical realm of healthcare for all of my previous years, so the publication field is new to me and I am happy to have this opinion piece published in Openventio! Thank you for your guidance and acceptance!

Skopje-WHOJ

5/5

It is my pleasure to be a part of the authors of Openventio Publishers Women’s Health – Open Journal. The entire process from submission to the acceptance of the article was very supportive and trustworthy. The comments and suggestions received from the editors were very professional, submitted timely and aimed at better version of the manuscript.

ART of Wellness Certified Nurse Specialist and Fertility Consultant - WHOJ

5/5

I am honored to be part of the authors Openventio Publishers Women’s Health – Open Journal. The editorial team has always been supportive and reliable throughout the process of getting my article ready for publishing. I look forward to contributing additional articles that serve as a helpful guide and information for all people who are on the fertility/parenthood path. Thank you for the patience, professionalism and guidance.

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University of Human Environments - WHOJ

5/5

We applied the paper submitted last August. After that, the editing committee and the reviewers carefully reviewed our paper. While modifying the indications received from reviewers, I learned a lot. I thank the editorial committee and reviewers.

University of Missouri - WHOJ

5/5

The reviewer comments were professional and constructive and returned to me in a timely manner.

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American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC) – WHOJ

5/5

Smooth communication and work met perfectly, Excellent.

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The University of Newcastle – WHOJ

5/5

The suggested revisions have been logical and pragmatic.

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