Women's Health is a twice-yearly practical journal that is free to subscribers of the British Journal of Family Medicine.
The journal focuses on the array of medical challenges for women of all ages. Like BJFM, it is informative and authoritative, forward-thinking and reader-friendly.
Now in its second year, Women’s Health has covered a number of pertinent and topical issues, such as vitamin D deficiency in women, hormone replacement therapy and subfertility.
As with BJFM, all Women’s Health articles are written by experts in their field and subject to stringent peer review to ensure relevance, currency and accuracy. Additionally, articles written by our in-house experts ensure a range of up-to-date and late-breaking topics are included in every issue.
Doctors and GPs working with women of all ages.
Content: Recent issues of Women's Health have included articles on hormonal headaches in post-menopausal women, nausea and vomiting in pregnancy, vitamin D deficiency, and management of endometriosis.