Women Health Nursing

Women’s health nurse practitioners provide comprehensive woman-focused health care, with an emphasis on reproductive and gynecological health. Their work includes health promotion and disease prevention, as well as management of acute and chronic health conditions affecting women.Women’s health nurses work under the direction of a doctor or nurse practitioner to provide a wide range of care to women, including some of the following responsibilities:

 

  • Family planning services
  • Well-woman care and disease prevention
  • Management of sexually transmitted diseases
  • Prenatal and postpartum care
  • Care during perimenopause and menopause
  • Care for women with cancer, HIV/AIDS and disabilities
  • Care for women with substance abuse problems
  • Care for women who are suffering from abuse
  • Assessment, health education and counseling
  • Track 1-1 Clinical nurse specialist
  • Track 2-2 Family planning services
  • Track 3-3 Woman care and disease prevention

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