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Title: The health of women and girls determines the health and well-being of our modern world: A white paper from the international council on women's health issues
Authors: Patricia M. Davidson
Sarah J. McGrath
Afaf I. Meleis
Phyllis Stern
Michelle DiGiacomo
Tessa Dharmendra
Rosaly Correa-De-Araujo
Jacquelyn C. Campbell
Margarethe Hochleitner
De Anne K.H. Messias
Hazel Brown
Anne Teitelman
Siriorn Sindhu
Karen Reesman
Solina Richter
Marilyn S. Sommers
Doris Schaeffer
Marilyn Stringer
Carolyn Sampselle
Debra Anderson
Josefina A. Tuazon
Yingjuan Cao
Eleanor Krassen Covan
University of Technology Sydney
University of Pennsylvania
Indiana University School of Nursing Indianapolis
Curtin University
United States Department of Health and Human Services
Johns Hopkins University
Medizinische Universitat Innsbruck
University of South Carolina
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Mahidol University
Appalachian State University
University of Alberta
Universitat Bielefeld
University Michigan Ann Arbor
Queensland University of Technology QUT
University of the Philippines Manila
Qilu Hospital of Shadong University
The University of North Carolina Wilmington
Keywords: Health Professions
Issue Date: 1-Oct-2011
Citation: Health Care for Women International. Vol.32, No.10 (2011), 870-886
Abstract: The International Council on Women's Health Issues (ICOWHI) is an international nonprofit association dedicated to the goal of promoting health, health care, and well-being of women and girls throughout the world through participation, empowerment, advocacy, education, and research.We are a multidisciplinary network of women's health providers, planners, and advocates from all over the globe. We constitute an international professional and lay network of those committed to improving women and girl's health and quality of life. This document provides a description of our organization mission, vision, and commitment to improving the health and well-being of women and girls globally. © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
ISSN: 10964665
Appears in Collections:Scopus 2011-2015

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