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The July/August issue of Women's Health Issues published the findings and recommendations from our December 2002 "Women and Heart Disease: Putting Prevention into Pimary Care" conference. This report was presented at a Congressional Briefing on September 9, 2003, "Preventing Heart Disease in Women: An Agenda for Change".

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Volume 12 Number 1 (January/February 2002)

Pregnant women deserve informed consent too
Julianna S. Gonen, PhD
pp 1-3

Martha C. Romans
pp 4

Provider evaluation of a multifaceted system of care to improve recognition and management of pregnant women experiencing domestic violence
Mary J. Zachary, MD, MS, Clyde B. Schechter, MD, MA, Margaret L. Kaplan, PhD, and Michael N. Mulvihill, DrPH
pp 5-15

Depression and negative life events among pregnant African-American and Hispanic women
Luis H. Zayas, PhD, Maddy Cunningham, DSW, M. Diane McKee, MD, MS, and Katherine R.B. Jankowski, MA
pp 16-22

Drug testing welfare recipients—false positives, false negatives, unanticipated opportunities
Harold A. Pollack, PhD, Sheldon Danziger, PhD, Rukmalie Jayakody, PhD, and Kristin S. Seefeldt, MPP
pp 23-31

Screening and treatment of anxiety disorders in pregnant and lactating women
Risa B. Weisberg, PhD, and Julie A. Paquette, BA
pp 32-36

Long-term health consequences of delayed childbirth: NHANES III
Angelo A. Alonzo, PhD
pp 37-45

Performance indicators in women’s health: incorporating women’s health in the health plan employer data and information set (HEDIS)
Elizabeth D. McKinley, MD, MPH, Joseph W. Thompson, MD, MP, Jessica Briefer-French, MHS, Lynne S. Wilcox, MD, MPH, Carol S. Weisman, PhD, and William C. Andrews, MD
pp 46-58

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