- Jane Fisher, Monash University
- Aleksandra Gentry-Maharaj, University College London
- Lorraine Greaves, British Columbia Centre of Excellence for Women's Health
- M. Tish Knobf, Yale University
- Marc Schwartz, Georgetown University
- Zephne van der Spuy, University of Cape Town
- Nawsheen Boodhun, BioMed Central
Increasing womens knowledge of cervical cancer and helping them overcome the cost barrier may be needed to get more women self-sampling for cervical cancer screening
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Call for papers: The Role of Structural Violence in the Lives of Women
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BMC Women's Health is currently accepting submissions to a thematic series entitled 'The Role of Structural Violence in the Lives of Women'. The purpose of this thematic series is to build a strong theoretical understanding of structural violence against women, and identify policy responses to address structural inequities that make women vulnerable to numerous forms of violence such as abuse, physical assaults, or criminal acts. We welcome manuscripts that span a number of disciplines and incorporate different research methodologies and theoretical lenses to understand the phenomenon of structural violence against women. Papers that draw on varying contexts in which structural violence is experienced by women, as well as their causes can also be considered. Please see the call for papers information page for more details and how to submit.
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