alexa Abstract | Study of Women's Health Indices: A Review Study in Iran

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Introduction: Health of women as half of the population and their participation in providing, maintaining and promoting the family health and society is very important. Material and methods: Data of study have been gathered from libraries and by referring to documents, books and existing studies. First, data are collected by a systematic review of existing studies and then organized and sorted based on relevant topics and analyzed by receiving relevant expert's comments. Next, rate of indicators are compared and analyzed based on available data. Results: The result showed that all women's health care indexes have improved over the course of time and the reason for this is the increased level of community development. The important point here is that this improvement has been a quick process in many countries and slower in some other. The difference in the speed of these changes has led to significant differences in the indices in different parts of the world. Conclusions: The results of this study, in addition to allowing planning in relation to women's health can provide necessary information for health care programs to give effect and thereby helping performing the duties and obligations of this section is hoped.

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Author(s): Seyed Masood Mousavi Mahdieh MojibianEhsan Zarepur Niloofar Mohammadi Kamal Abadi Rezvan Sadr Mohammadi Reza Bidaki

Keywords

Women’s health, Injustice, Gender justice indices, Women’s health, Injustice, Gender justice indices

 
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