Women’s Health Concern (WHC) is the patient arm of the British Menopause Society (BMS). If you need help with your emotional health, talk to a behavioral health expert. The NWHN believes that with the right information, all women can make good decisions about their health care. We have prepared a series of factsheets on menopause and related issues , following the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) menopause guidelines from November 2015.
We monitor health research and regulatory agencies, practices in health care and health industry trends; we identify and expose abuses; and we catalyze grassroots action for change. We begin by assessing your health and the health of your baby, then match you with a pregnancy care team of physicians, nurse practitioners and board-certified midwives.
Our charity receives no statutory funding, so we continue to depend on the generosity of all those who value our services. Be sure to share your feelings and concerns with your care provider and your loved ones. Our women’s imaging services are also dedicated to accurate diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.
You will also hear from Kristine Olaris, CEO of Women’s Health East, on the soon to be released discussion paper ‘Violence Against Women Online: The intersection of technology, gender and sexism’. Join the WHE mailing list today to stay in touch with how we are supporting local women’s health and wellbeing.
Recent updates to the Victorian Women’s Health Atlas has captured the significant increase in notifications of Family Violence and Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) overthe past year. Several health providers never performs surgical abortion when they already know that the pregnancy is in its 19th week otherwise, it would be the cause threat into the life of the woman.