Womens Healthcare Nursing

Women's health issues include depression, heart disease, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, and stroke. During the 1960s and 1970s, there were significant changes in women's health. Women's nursing experts are vital in assessing, diagnosing, and treating women's primary care requirements throughout their lives. Women have turned to maternity consultants for support and assistance during labour. Today's certified gynaecologists continue to provide this individualised attention, indicating a link between traditional birth traditions and current innovation. The following are the important points for the advancement of women's healthcare: Reduce the risk of breast cancer, Reduces the likelihood of teenage pregnancy, Breastfeeding should be increased, bad sexuality is becoming more widely recognised and reduce the number of people who smoke.

     Track 1 Gynaecological care
     Track 2 Sexual health
     Track 3 Nursing Breast cancer
     Track 4 Nursing Vaginal cancer

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