Guidelines for nurses. Women's health. Guideline summaries and featured articles on women's health.
Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust. “We’re made to feel invisible”. This report looks at the barriers to accessing cervical screening for women with physical disabilities.
Mapping the Maze. What support is available for women facing multiple disadvantage across England and Wales? Mapping the Maze aims to identify what and where services exist for women experiencing homelessness, substance misuse, poor mental health, offending and complex needs.
National Mental Health Development Unit (2010) Working towards women’s wellbeing - unfinished business. This report reflects and contributes to the government-wide commitment to ensure fairness and equity for all women, of all ages and all backgrounds.
Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (2011) High Quality Women’s Health Care. This report looks at how NHS women’s health services could be configured to provide high-quality, safe and timely care.
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. Better for women report: Improving the health and wellbeing of girls and women - In December 2019 The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists launched their strategy. This report identifies simple and cost-effective solutions to prevent girls and women falling through the cracks of our health systems.
Specialist Pharmacy Service. Reproductive Health Patient Group Direction (PGD) Templates. SPS and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH), with the support of specialist stakeholders working within clinical practice, have produced PGD templates for medicines commonly used within reproductive services.
Work Foundation (2017) More than “women’s issues” Women’s reproductive and gynaecological health and work. By focusing on 4 major issues: endometriosis, infertility, pregnancy, and menopause, this paper sheds light on these less-talked-about factors of female reproductive and gynaecological health which present challenges to working.