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Social and Political Aspects of Women's Health: A Research Guide: Home

Resources and tips on researching social and political aspects of women's health.

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This research guide will help you find resources for researching women's health, in particular social and political aspects of women's health issues, including governmental policies, websites of significant women's health organizations in the U.S. and globally, controversial topics, such as abortion, etc.

If you are mainly interested in medical aspects, use the resources in the "Medical/Nursing/Governmental" tab and view more resources on the Ebling Library website or Ask an Ebling Librarian for assistance.

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Gender and Women's Studies Librarian

Karla Strand
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University of Wisconsin System
430 Memorial Library
728 State Street
Madison, WI 53706
karla.strand@wisc.edu
608-263-5754
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