Concept: Frank Lloyd Wright
To determine the socioeconomic consequences of receipt versus denial of abortion.
To examine changes over 40 years (1970-2010) in life expectancy, life expectancy with disability, and disability-free life expectancy for American men and women of all ages.
- Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education
- Published almost 8 years ago
To our knowledge, ours is the first study to report on Facebook advertising as an exclusive mechanism for recruiting women ages 35-49 years residing in the USA into a health-related research study. We directed our survey to women ages 35-49 years who resided in the USA exclusively using three Facebook advertisements. Women were then redirected to our survey site. There were 20,568,960 women on Facebook that met the eligibility criteria. The three ads resulted in 899,998 impressions with a reach of 374,225 women. Of the women reached, 280 women (0.075 %) clicked the ad. Of the women who clicked the ad, nine women (3.2 %) proceeded past the introductory page. Social networking, and in particular Facebook, is an innovative venue for recruiting participants for research studies. Challenges include developing an ad to foster interest without biasing the sample, and motivating women who click the ad to complete the survey. There is still much to learn about this potential method of recruitment.
To estimate trends in the prevalence and socioeconomic distribution of chronic conditions among women hospitalized for obstetric delivery in the United States.
Severe maternal morbidity is increasing in the United States and has been estimated to occur in up to 1.3% of all deliveries. A standardized, multidisciplinary approach has been recommended to identify and review cases of severe maternal morbidity to identify opportunities for improvement in maternal care.
To examine associations of maternal age at childbirth and parity with survival to age 90 years (longevity).
Melanoma is the fifth most common cancer in the United States, with recent reports indicating increasing incidence among young women.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the number 1 killer of women in the United States, yet few younger women are aware of this fact. CVD campaigns focus little attention on physicians and their roles in assessing risk.
The notion that abortion causes poor mental health has gained traction, even though it is not supported by research. Few studies have comprehensively investigated women’s postabortion emotions.
Use of systemic hormone therapy has decreased dramatically among U.S. women since the Women’s Health Initiative results were published. But those results are being misapplied to treatment decisions for women in their 40s and 50s who have distressing vasomotor symptoms.