Comments on the plan submitted by 11:59 p.m. ET Sept. 29, along with recommendations from the NIH Advisory Committee on Research on Women’s Health, will be used to guide future research.
Alexis “Alex” Vosooney, M.D., chair of the Academy’s Commission on Health of the Public and Science, encouraged family physicians to take this opportunity to help shape work that can improve evidence-based care and decision-making.
“Family physicians care for women at all stages of the life cycle, managing chronic health conditions, reviewing preventive health recommendations and screenings, and providing reproductive and prenatal care,” Vosooney said. “We have first-hand knowledge of where there may be gaps in research as well as information that both patients and physicians want to know.”
The ORWH is asking for perspectives on
Responses should be no longer than 300 words on each of these points, and can include a file attachment. They can be anonymous or signed, but should not include any other personally identifiable information or anything that should not be made public.
For questions, email ORWH health science policy analyst Juliane Caviston, Ph.D., at NIHWideSPWH@nih.gov.