Women’s Healthcare: A Clinical Journal for NPs is a comprehensive peer-reviewed journal written by thought-leaders in the Nurse Practitioner community about relevant topics specific to women’s health topics. The journal will provide vital clinical data, information, news and insight from authoritative experts that will enhance patient care and provide NPs with a wide variety of information ranging from clinical to policy and best practices. The journal is presented in a fresh, reader-friendly electronic format employing cutting-edge turn-page technology. Issues are deployed electronically quarterly. Articles feature videos (based on availability and relevance), click-through resources and are accessible via the web, electronic tables and smart phones. Every issue includes:
Two to three peer-reviewed, science-based clinical feature articles; Message from Editor-in-Chief, Beth Kelsey, EdD, APRN, WHNP-BC, Assistant Professor, DNP Program Director, School of Nursing, Ball State University; Assessment and Management – Topical short summaries of scientific research, guidelines, and reports that highlight key “take-aways”; Policy & Practice Points – Designed to help NPs optimize their clinical practice and stay current; Patient Education – Highlights patient education, tool kits, websites, and other resources; NPWH News and Updates – News and updates from the leading voice for Nurse Practitioners who are treating women every day.