Investing in Women’s Mental Health, a new paper by Foxwell, Kennedy & Naylor
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, a fifth of women reported experiencing a behavioral health problem. Multiple national reports have shown an increase in mental health challenges since the pandemic spread throughout the U.S.
The authors provide four priority action areas:
- assure equitable access to mental health services
- invest in building a workforce prepared to address women’s mental health needs
- support widespread implementation of interventions targeting major stressors experienced by women
- promote adequate reimbursement linked to quality standards
Read the full paper at the Journal of Women’s Health.