Lori Williamson, MS, CGC

From: Puryear, Michele (HRSA) [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, July 05, 2006 5:54 PM
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Subject: a call for papers on Genomics and women's health


Call for papers


Women's Health Issues invites manuscripts that report the results of original research related to the following topics:


·        Prevention, including cervical cancer prevention

·        Changes in Medicaid affecting women's health

·        Genomics and women's health

·        Obesity

·        Lesbian health

·        Care coordination and patient-centered care

Women's Health Issues is the peer-reviewed, bi-monthly, multidisciplinary journal of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health of the George Washington University.  The journal publishes research related to women's health care and policy and is dedicated to improving the health and health care of all women throughout the lifespan and in diverse communities.  The journal seeks to inform health services researchers, health care and public health professionals, social scientists, policymakers, and others concerned with women's health.


Women's Health Issues is indexed in leading services and is available online at and at  Author Instructions are available at  Please note that the journal uses APA Style.


Inquiries may be directed to the editor, Carol S. Weisman, PhD, at [log in to unmask].




Michele A. Lloyd-Puryear, MD, PhD

Chief, Genetic Services