Women's Sexual Health, 3rd Edition

Author :
Gilly Andrews
Sexual health encompasses a broad range of interlinked mental, physical and emotional issues, reflecting how well-being, illness or a particular problem can influence a woman's sexuality and affect not only her but also her family, relationships, wor ...view more
Sexual health encompasses a broad range of interlinked mental, physical and emotional issues, reflecting how well-being, illness or a particular problem can influence a woman's sexuality and affect not only her but also her family, relationships, work and her own hopes and fears. Women's Sexual Health is a comprehensive reference and text book that holistically covers the full range of women's health issues from the young adolescent woman through to the post-menopausal woman. This book gives a holistic and balanced view of women's sexual well-being and of the inseparability of physical and mental health. The third edition of this successful book draws on a wealth of research and contributors' professional experience to provide a fully up-to-date and comprehensive textbook of women's sexual health.
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Sexual health encompasses a broad range of interlinked mental, physical and emotional issues, reflecting how well-being, illness or a particular problem can influence a woman's sexuality and affect not only her but also her family, relationships, work and her own hopes and fears. Women's Sexual Health is a comprehensive reference and text book that holistically covers the full range of women's health issues from the young adolescent woman through to the post-menopausal woman. This book gives a holistic and balanced view of women's sexual well-being and of the inseparability of physical and mental health. The third edition of this successful book draws on a wealth of research and contributors' professional experience to provide a fully up-to-date and comprehensive textbook of women's sexual health.

New to this edition
  • All chapters comprehensively updated to reflect the latest research and developments in current
  • Ideas for personal and professional development in each chapter
  • Patient education points in each chapter

Key Features
  • Comprehensively updated and referenced content on all aspects of women's health, reflecting the latest research and developments in current thinking
  • Advice on dealing with key ethical and moral issues and dilemmas
  • Case scenarios to illustrate particular situations
  • Sections in each chapter containing: learning objectives; ideas for personal and professional development; patient education points; useful resources and further reading lists

Author Information
By Gilly Andrews, RGN, ENB, A08, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Family Planning, King's College Hospital; Menopause and PMS Clinic, The Lister Hospital, London, UK