National U.S. Women's Health COVID-19 Study
“Most national surveys tend to report aggregated findings rather than stratifying by gender. Those early studies gave us snapshots of the health and behaviors of the whole population, but gave us limited insight on women. Yet, women constitute the majority of the essential workforce, including healthcare workers, and we wanted to make sure that women’s experiences were being documented.”
Health-Related Socioeconomic Vulnerabilities Among Women Caregivers Early in the COVID-19 Pandemic
Unwanted sexual activity among United States women early in the COVID-19 pandemic
Read more about our paper on unwanted sexual activity during the pandemic published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Change in Health-Related Socioeconomic Risk Factors and Mental Health During the Early Phase of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A National Survey of U.S. Women
Increased health-related socioeconomic vulnerability among U.S. women early in the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic was prevalent and associated with alarmingly high rates of mental health problems. Pandemic-related mental health needs are likely to be much greater than currently available resources, especially for vulnerable women.