Womens Health Policies and Issues

The American College of Physicians (ACP) states the challenges women face in the American health care system throughout their lives. Sexual and sexual health problems; differences in health outcomes compared to men; underrepresentation in scientific research; Public policies affecting women, their families and society.  The ACP makes several recommendations aimed at policies that improve women's health and provide a health care system that supports the needs of women and their families throughout their life. Women with inside the U.S. have the best part of maternal mortality due to headaches from being pregnant or childbirth, in addition to a few of the maximum quotes of caesarean sections. Women in Sweden and Norway have a few of the lowest quotes of both. Women in Sweden and the United States reported the highest rates of breast cancer among the countries surveyed. Women in Norway, Sweden, Australia and the United States have the lowest rates of breast cancer mortality.

Related Societies/ Associations: Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand | The Endocrine Society of Australia | International Women's Forum | Human Genetics Society of Australasia | Medical Oncology Group of Australia | International Confederation of Midwives


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