"Advances in Women's Health" is an open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the dissemination of research on all aspects of women's health. Our aim is to promote high-quality research that advances the understanding of the unique health challenges faced by women. We seek to publish original research articles, review articles, clinical studies, case reports, editorials, and letters to the editor that address a broad range of topics in women's health.


The scope of "Advances in Women's Health" includes, but is not limited to, the following topics:

  1. Women's health across the lifespan
  2. Reproductive and sexual health
  3. Maternal and child health
  4. Menopause and aging
  5. Breast health
  6. Gynecological health
  7. Endocrine disorders
  8. Cardiovascular health
  9. Cancer in women
  10. Mental health and well-being
  11. Nutrition and exercise
  • Environmental and occupational health
  1. Health policy and advocacy

Our journal provides a platform for researchers and healthcare professionals to share their findings and perspectives on critical issues related to women's health. We welcome submissions from a diverse range of disciplines, including but not limited to medicine, nursing, public health, psychology, and social work. We also prioritize research that addresses health disparities and inequities, particularly those experienced by women from marginalized communities.

Our journal adheres to the highest standards of ethical publishing and we are committed to promoting transparency and accountability in all aspects of the publication process. We adhere to the guidelines and best practices established by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE).


  1. Adolescent health
  2. Breast cancer
  3. Cervical cancer
  4. Contraception
  5. Domestic violence
  6. Endometriosis
  7. Female genital mutilation
  8. Fertility and infertility
  9. Gender-based violence
  10. Gestational diabetes
  11. HIV/AIDS
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  1. Incontinence
  • Infertility
  1. Intimate partner violence
  2. Labor and delivery
  3. Lesbian health
  • Menopause
  1. Menstrual disorders
  2. Metabolic syndrome
  • Obesity
  1. Osteoporosis
  2. Pap smear
  3. Pelvic inflammatory disease
  4. Polycystic ovary syndrome
  5. Postpartum depression
  6. Pre-eclampsia
  7. Pregnancy complications
  8. Premenstrual syndrome
  9. Preventive healthcare
  10. Psychosocial health
  11. Reproductive health
  12. Sexual and gender identity
  13. Sexual dysfunction
  14. Sexually transmitted infections
  15. Substance abuse
  16. Urinary tract infections
  17. Uterine cancer
  18. Vaginal health
  19. Violence against women
  • Women's health policy
  1. Breastfeeding and lactation
  2. Menopause and hormone therapy
  3. Endometriosis
  4. Prenatal care and education
  5. Reproductive health
  6. Infertility and assisted reproductive technologies
  7. Sexually transmitted infections
  8. Fertility preservation
  9. Polycystic ovary syndrome
  10. Urogynecology
  11. Maternal-fetal medicine
  12. Menstrual disorders
  13. Gynecologic oncology
  14. Minimally invasive surgery
  15. Pregnancy complications
  16. Female genital mutilation
  17. Gender identity and health
  18. Perinatal mental health
  19. Men's role in women's health
  20. Women's health advocacy
  21. Health disparities and equity
  22. Cultural and social influences on women's health
  23. Global women's health issues
  24. Domestic violence and abuse
  25. Women's health in the workplace
  26. Women's health policy
  27. Maternal mortality
  28. Women's health education
  29. Health literacy and access to care
  30. Women's health and aging
  31. Environmental factors and women's health
  32. Cardiovascular health and disease in women
  33. Autoimmune disorders in women
  34. Women's health and nutrition
  35. Women's health and sleep
  36. Women's health and exercise
  37. Women's health and substance abuse
  38. Women's health and addiction
  39. Women's health and cancer
  • Women's health and genetics
  1. Women's health and precision medicine
  2. Women's health and clinical trials
  3. Women's health and big data analytics
  4. Women's health and artificial intelligence
  5. Women's health and machine learning
  6. Women's health and digital health technology
  7. Women's health and telemedicine
  8. Women's health and mobile health apps
  9. Women's health and wearable devices
  10. Women's health and patient-centered care
  11. Women's health and patient empowerment
  12. Women's health and health coaching
  13. Women's health and disease prevention
  14. Women's health and health promotion
  15. Women's health and health education
  16. Women's health and public health
  17. Women's health and health services research
  18. Women's health and health economics
  19. Women's health and health policy
  20. Women's health and healthcare quality
  21. Women's health and healthcare delivery
  22. Women's health and healthcare access
  23. Women's health and healthcare outcomes
  24. Women's health and healthcare disparities
  25. Women's health and healthcare utilization
  26. Women's health and healthcare financing
  27. Women's health and healthcare insurance
  28. Women's health and healthcare regulation
  29. Women's health and healthcare reform
  30. Women's health and healthcare innovation
  31. Women's health and healthcare technology
  32. Women's health and healthcare management
  33. Women's health and healthcare ethics
  34. Women's health and healthcare law
  35. Women's health and healthcare education
  36. Women's health and healthcare workforce
  37. Women's health and healthcare administration
  38. Women's health and healthcare leadership
  39. Women's health and healthcare governance
  40. Women's health and healthcare entrepreneurship
  41. Women's health and healthcare marketing
  42. Women's health and healthcare communication
  43. Women's health and healthcare media
  44. Women's health and healthcare social media
  45. Women's health and healthcare branding
  46. Women's health and healthcare strategy
  47. Women's health and healthcare innovation
  48. Contraception
  49. Endometriosis
  50. Female sexual dysfunction
  51. Gestational diabetes
  52. Gynecologic cancers
  53. Health promotion for women
  54. Hormone therapy
  55. Infertility
  56. Menopausal symptoms and management
  57. Menstrual disorders
  58. Nutrition and diet for women's health
  59. Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  60. Mental health in pregnant and postpartum women
  61. Perinatal care for high-risk pregnancies
  62. Breastfeeding and lactation support
  63. Fertility preservation in women undergoing cancer treatment
  64. Menopause management
  65. Prevention and management of osteoporosis
  66. Gender-based violence and abuse
  67. Health literacy among women
  68. Social determinants of women's health
  69. Women's health policies and advocacy
  70. Health disparities in minority women
  71. Contraceptive counseling and family planning
  72. Sexually transmitted infections in women
  73. Cervical cancer screening and prevention
  74. Breast cancer screening and prevention
  75. Ovarian cancer screening and prevention
  76. Endometrial cancer screening and prevention
  77. Gynecologic oncology
  78. Pelvic inflammatory disease
  79. Polycystic ovary syndrome
  80. Premenstrual syndrome and premenstrual dysphoric disorder
  81. Vulvodynia and chronic pelvic pain
  82. Uterine fibroids
  83. Benign breast conditions
  84. Reproductive health of women with disabilities
  85. Women's sexual health and dysfunction
  86. Infertility evaluation and treatment
  87. Recurrent pregnancy loss
  88. Maternal mortality and morbidity
  89. Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) care for preterm infants
  90. Prevention and management of gestational diabetes
  91. Obesity and weight management in pregnancy
  92. Maternal immunization
  93. Zika virus and pregnancy
  94. Environmental toxins and reproductive health
  95. Adolescent reproductive health
  96. Women's health in the LGBTQ+ community
  97. Intersectionality and women's health
  98. Health promotion and disease prevention in women
  99. Public health approaches to women's health
  100. Complementary and alternative medicine in women's health
  101. Health-related quality of life in women
  102. Telehealth and women's health
  103. Medical ethics in women's health
  104. Patient-centered care in women's health
  105. Health economics and women's health
  106. Health informatics and women's health
  107. Big data and precision medicine in women's health
  108. Artificial intelligence in women's health
  109. Blockchain technology and women's health
  110. Digital health innovations in women's health
  111. Women's health in low- and middle-income countries
  112. International perspectives on women's health
  113. Cultural and societal influences on women's health
  114. Women's health in the workplace
  115. Women's health and aging
  116. Sex and gender differences in disease presentation and treatment
  117. Female athletes and sports medicine
  118. Women's health and the environment
  119. Women's health and disaster management

Concluding words: "Advances in Women's Health" is a comprehensive open-access journal that aims to advance the understanding and management of women's health issues. The journal covers a broad range of topics, from reproductive health to mental health, and from health disparities to health economics. It provides a platform for researchers, healthcare professionals, policymakers, and advocates to share their knowledge and insights on women's health, and to promote evidence-based practices and policies. With a focus on promoting gender equity and improving the health outcomes of women, the journal plays a critical role in advancing women's health globally.

In supposition, "Advances in Women's Health" is an important journal that aims to promote research and education in the field of women's health. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of women through the dissemination of high-quality research and information. Our vision is to be a leading platform for innovative and impactful research that advances the understanding and treatment of women's health issues. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity, and as an open access journal, we are dedicated to making our content accessible to a global audience. We welcome submissions from researchers and practitioners across a wide range of disciplines, and we look forward to promoting advances in women's health through our journal.