Topic: Women's Health

LBJ School Partners with Texas Tribune on Health Care Symposium

April 11, 2013

The Texas Tribune is partnering with The University of Texas at Austin's LBJ School of Public Affairs for the next installment of Texas Tribune Festival'

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Positive Changes in the Way Women Experience Menopause, University of Texas at Austin Multi-Ethnic Study Finds

July 27, 2010

White women are becoming more optimistic about menopause, with many seeing it as an opportunity to rethink their lives and redefine themselves, a new University of Texas at Austin national study shows.

This is just one of the positive changes in the way women across different ethnic groups are experiencing the change of life, the School of Nursing research found. The study also found women are getting support from their family and friends and some even mentioned relief and benefits when going through menopause.

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Convenience Drives U.S. Women To Buy Over-The-Counter Contraception in Mexico, Study Finds

April 15, 2010

American women who live along the U.S.-Mexico border frequently buy over-the-counter oral contraceptives from Mexican pharmacies because they don't need a prescription and can send a friend to pick up the pills, according to a study by researchers from two University of Texas campuses and Ibis Re

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University of Texas at Austin Nursing Researcher Gets $1.3 Million to Study Disability Influences Among Women

July 14, 2008

Dr. Tracie Harrison, assistant professor of nursing at The University of Texas at Austin, has received $1.3 million from the National Institutes of Health for a study comparing experiences of women with disabilities.

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Expert named to professorship

Sept. 19, 2007
Expert named to professorship

Eun-Ok Im, an internationally known expert in cross-cultural women's health issues, has been named to The La Quinta Motor Inns, Inc. Centennial Professorship in Nursing at the School of Nursing.

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