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Women’s Health

Many women live with a variety of different mental health conditions that may have a negative impact on quality of life. In this resource library dedicated to women’s mental health, we will provide resources around the epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and current research regarding women’s mental health.

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The Current State Of Women’s Mental Health

The Current State Of Women’s Mental Health

During this discussion, our panelists engage in a dialog reflecting on the research which underscores how women may be disproportionately affected by the current state as compared to men. They expand on both the psychological and physical disparities that have been observed.  The panelists also explore how women have been…
Suicide Rate Among Female Nurses Is Double The General Female Population Rate

Suicide Rate Among Female Nurses Is Double The General Female Population Rate

Between 2017 and 2018, the suicide rate among female nurses in the U.S. was almost double that of the general female population rate, and was also higher than that of female physicians. The suicide incidence among nurses was 17.1 per 100,000 individuals; while the suicide rate of the general female…

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