BMC Women’s Health publishes over 100 articles

BMC Women’s Health is proud
to announce that it has reached and surpassed its 100th article
milestone. The journal, launched in 2001, continues to steadily attract
submissions, and
have risen by 50% in the last three years.

The journal has published a
number of high quality articles. A recent one to highlight isHelp-seeking behaviors for female sexual dysfunction: a
cross sectional study from Iran’
by Dr Mariam Vahdaninia and
colleagues which reports that, despite a high prevalence of female sexual
dysfunction in Iran, many women do not seek assistance for their problem. This
research indicates that there is a need to address the issue at both local and
national primary
care services so as to improve women’s quality of life in this regard. The
article has already been accessed over 325 times since its publication in February.

BMC Women’s Health would like to
extend its thanks to Dr Vahdaninia and colleagues for their contribution to the
journal. This is Prof Montazeri’s 22nd publication in journals
within the BMC series. We are also particularly grateful to Prof Montazeri for
his involvement as an Associate Editor and Editorial Advisor for BMC Research Notes, an
important and innovative journal that provides a home for all scientifically
sound material otherwise lacking
a suitable

would also like to take this opportunity to thank all authors, reviewers and
committed Editorial Board Members who have been involved in the successful
growth of BMC Women’s Health over the last few years. Our Editorial Board
has played a significant role in developing the journal by investing their time
and efforts on providing their expert advice and assisting with various
activities such as the recent update of the journal’s scope.

We have
recently begun commissioning some short Commentary articles for the journal,
written by experts within the field and focusing on important and topical
subject areas. The two commissioned Commentaries published so far, ‘New paradigms in cervical
cancer prevention: opportunities and risks
’ and ‘Advances in hormone
replacement therapy: making the menopause manageable
’, have been very well
received and have both been flagged as “Highly Accessed”.

you are a researcher with an interest in the health and healthcare of
adolescent girls and women, we’d

like to invite you to submit your next research article to the journal. If you
have any questions about BMC Women’s Health or if you would like
to be involved in the journal as an author, reviewer or Associate Editor,
please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Natalie Pafitis
Senior Scientific
BMC-series journals



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