About Us Awards Luncheon Publications Corporate Advisory Team Health Resources Join JIWH
Home GO
Major Initiatives
Maternal Health Conference: Expecting Something Better
Cardiovascular Disease
Managed Care
Quality of Care
Health Disparities
More...
Briefings
New Directions in Women's Health
Heart Disease
Depression and Pregnancy
More...
Projects
Women's Health Data Book
State Profiles
More...
Home

 

Jacobs Institute of Women’s Health
409 12th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2188
Phone: (202) 863-4990
Fax: (202) 488-4229

 

Women's Health Issues > 2000

Volume 10 Number 1 (January/February 2000)

Women's satisfaction with primary care: a new measurement effort from the PHS national centers of excellence in women's health
Sarah Hudson Scholle, Carol S. Weisman, Roger Anderson, Tracy Weitz, Karen M. Freund, JoAnn Binko
pp 1-9

An HMO survey on mass customization of healthcare delivery for women
Mark Thompson, Rhoda Nussbaum
pp 10-19

Chinese women: behaviors and attitudes toward breast cancer education and screening
Georgia Robins Sadler, Karen Wang, Michele Wang, Celine Marie Ko
pp 20-26

Childhood sexual abuse and preterm labor in adulthood: an endocrinological hypothesis
Deborah L. Horan, Lauren D. Hill, Jay Schulkin
pp 27-33

Editor’s Note
Warren H. Pearse
pp 34

The Commonwealth Fund 1998 Survey of Women's Health
The Commonwealth Fund
pp 35-38

Volume 10 Number 2 (March/April 2000)

Introduction
Martha C. Romans
pp 41

Older women's health and access to care
Dorothy P. Rice
pp 42-46

Medicare and drug coverage: a women's health issue
Jan Blustein
pp 47-53

Discussion of papers by Karen Scott Collins and Jan Blustein
Judith Feder
pp 54-56

Discussion of papers by Karen Scott Collins and Jan Blustein
Deborah Briceland-Betts
pp 57-58

Making capitated Medicare work for women: policy and research challenges
Arlene S. Bierman, Carolyn M. Clancy
pp 59-69

Sex differences in assessments of the quality of Medicare Managed Care
Paul D. Cleary, Alan M. Zaslavsky, Matthew Cioffi
pp 70-79

Discussion of papers by Paul Cleary and Arlene Bierman
Trudy Lieberman
pp 80-82

Summary Remarks
Joan Leiman
pp 83-85

Keynote Address

Wanda K. Jones
pp 86-89

Volume 10 Number 3 (May/June 2000)

Introduction
Martha C. Romans
pp 91

Looking back, looking forward: the legacy of the National Advisory Board on Ethics in Reproduction (NABER)
Andrea L. Kalfoglou
pp 92-104

The politics and ethics of human embryo and stem cell research
Kenneth J. Ryan
pp 105-110

Ethics, politics, and human embryo stem cell research
Ruth Macklin
pp 111-115

Embryonic stem cells and the bigger reprogenetic picture
Erik Parens
pp 116-120

Use of "excess" human embryos for stem cell research: protecting women's rights and health
Cynthia B. Cohen
pp 121-126

What does "respect for embryos" mean in the context of stem cell research?
Bonnie Steinbock
pp 127-130

Social ethics of embryo and stem cell research
Lisa Sowle Cahill
pp 131-135

The ethical challenge of stem cell research
Patricia A. Roche, Michael A. Grodin
pp 136-139

Our cells/ourselves: creating human embryos for stem cell research
Françoise Baylis
pp 140-145

Ethics and politics of embryo and stem cell research: reinscribing the abortion debate
Lisa H. Harris
pp 146-151

Making babies in the 21st century: new strategies, old dilemmas
Nancy King Reame
pp 152-159

Volume 10 Number 4 (July/August 2000)

Desperately seeking synergy: the journey to systems integration of women's health services
Paula A. Walowitz, Bonnie Connors Jellen, Kathleen Hanold, George F. Lee, Ann L. Ropp, Vicki A. Lucas
pp 161-177

Quality and outcomes of care for older women with chronic disease
Carolyn M. Clancy, Arlene S. Bierman
pp 178-191

Outcome assessment in women's mental health
Barbara Dickey
pp 192-201

Women's health problems in soap operas: a content analysis
Teresa L. Thompson, James D. Robinson, Louis P. Cusella, Sheila Shellabarger
pp 202-209

Knowledge and preference for breast conservation therapy among women without breast cancer
DeAnn Lazovich, Kristin K. Raab, James G. Gurney, Hegang Chen
pp 210-216

Volume 10 Number 5 (September/October 2000)

Multidisciplinary women's health care and quality of care
Karen J. Carlson
pp 219-225

Navigating conflict of interest in oocyte donation: an analysis of donors' experiences
Andrea L. Kalfoglou, Gail Geller
pp 226-239

A competency based approach to comprehensive pregnancy care
Timothy R.B. Johnson, Mary Ann Zettelmaier, Patricia A. Warner,
Robert H. Hayashi, Michal Avni, Barbara Luke
pp 240-247

Women's health centers: are the National Centers of Excellence in Women's Health a new model?
Carol S. Weisman, Gayle L. Squires
pp 248-255

An intersection of women's and perinatal health: the role of chronic conditions
Dawn P. Misra, Holly Grason, Carol Weisman
pp 256-267

Gender impacts on health insurance coverage: findings for unmarried full-time employees
Diane M. Dewar
pp 268-277

The relationship between self-rated health and health care service use among women veterans in a primary care clinic
Hayden B. Bosworth, Marian I. Butterfield, Karen M. Stechuchak,
Lori A. Bastian
pp 278-285

Psychosocial problems among women cohabiting with heavy snoring men
Jan Ulfberg, Birgitta Nystrom
pp 286

Volume 10 Number 6 (November/December 2000)

Primary prevention of violence against women
Ilene Hyman, Sepali Guruge, Donna E. Stewart, Farah Ahmad
pp 288-293

Reexamining preventive health standards for women in a new century: successful screening strategies of one community-based health center
Beth Roberts Kotarski
pp 294-299

Osteoporosis and African-American women
Cathy R. Kessenich
pp 300-304

Preventive health services received by minority women aged 45-64 and the goals of healthy people 2000
Ruth C. Fretts, Gladys Rodman, Yvonne Gomez-Carrion, Roger Goldberg, Benjamin P. Sachs, Evan Myers, Bruce Kessel
pp 305-311

Emergency contraception and the ethics of discussing it prior to the emergency
Bridgit S. Bell, Mary B. Mahowald
pp 312-316

Delivery of primary care services among family planning centers: a response to managed care?
Virginia H. Poole, Carol S. Weisman
pp 317-326

Time lost from work among women choosing medical or surgical abortions
Ellen R. Wiebe, Patricia Janssen
pp 327-332

Military women's perspectives on health care during deployment
Nancy A. Ryan-Wenger, Nancy K. Lowe
pp 333-343

 

 
 Women's Health Issues  Women's Health & Policy Updates  News  Support Women's Health  Events

About Us | Awards Luncheon | Publications | Corporate Advisory Team | Health Resources | Join JIWH | Site Map