Enhancing Reproductive Health Education and Access to Contraception
Reproductive Health Impact Factor
Reproductive health is the physical, mental, and social well-being in all matters relating to reproduction. It encompasses the right to satisfying and safe sex, the ability to reproduce and space children as desired, and access to family planning services.
IEC messages and family planning services should reflect a woman’s changing life circumstances. For example, pubescent teens need different messages than married women seeking to limit or space pregnancies.
Journal of Women’s Reproductive Health
Journal of Women’s Reproductive Health is a multidisciplinary, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that disseminates research findings from around the world. It aims to publish and promote original research in the field of global women’s reproductive health, including the medical, social, and psychological aspects. It also aims to provide a platform for researchers in Africa to share their work with a wider audience.
The journal accepts articles on all aspects of women’s health, including gynecology and obstetrics, reproductive medicine, and breastfeeding. It is a member of and adheres to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics. The journal also offers a fast editorial execution and review process for an additional prepayment of $99 apart from the regular article processing fee.
When citing articles from this journal, please use the following style: Authors: Title. Journal of Women’s Reproductive Health [year]:[volume number]:[article number]. DOI: 10.1002/jwh.2023. Authors must also follow the journal’s guidelines on the use of primary sources.
Journal of Reproductive Medicine
The Journal of Reproductive Medicine is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research and review articles on all aspects of human reproduction. The journal covers topics such as sex education, puberty, fertility and birth control. It also includes articles on reproductive disorders.
The journal is published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Society for Reproductive Medicine. Its articles are available in a wide range of abstracting and indexing services. It is also widely available in electronic form. Its ISSN number is 25045.
The Journal of Reproductive Medicine is a leading journal in the area of reproductive endocrinology and physiology. It is an indispensable resource for reproductive endocrinologists, obstetricians, and gynecologists, and researchers in a wide variety of fields that study reproduction. Its editorial board consists of world-renowned experts. The journal accepts original research, reviews, short communications, mini-reviews, opinions, and letter to the editor. It also includes articles on the cellular and molecular biology of reproduction.
Journal of Reproductive Sciences
The Journal of Reproductive Sciences publishes original research and topical reviews in all aspects of reproductive biology and medicine. It covers the fields of maternal-fetal medicine, obstetrics, and gynecology including reproductive endocrinology, urogynecology, fertility/infertility, embryology, stem cell research, and molecular/cellular biology. The journal also welcomes high-quality meta-analyses, provided they are scientifically rigorous and advance the field.
Reproduction has a 2022 ISI impact factor of 2.92, meaning that its articles are highly cited. This is an increase from the previous year and indicates that the journal is gaining traction in the field.
Reproduction is published by SAGE Publications Inc. and is located in the United States. It has a SCImago Journal Rank of 0.663. This ranking is based on the number of citations received by the journal over the last 9 years. It is important to note that the h-index of Reproduction varies over time. It is therefore not a reliable indicator of the journal’s influence.
Journal of Reproductive Health Education
Despite being of high priority for public health, many young people leave school without sufficient understanding of the reproductive system and how it affects their lives. This is mainly due to differences in the national curricula (RSE/RSHP and science), and examination specifications, where important topics such as STIs, menstrual cycle, contraception, sperm and eggs, endometriosis and fertility are often missing.
The Journal of Reproductive Health Education publishes research papers and topical debates relating to sexual and reproductive healthcare. The journal is open access and all articles are made freely available to read, download and share.
To mark World Contraception Day, the journal has curated this collection of multidisciplinary papers focusing on LMICs and improving access to contraception. The collection is available now and will be updated as manuscripts are accepted.