Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) January 21, 2009
The Women's Sexual Health Foundation is garnering praise and recognition for its international work making the latest information on sexual health and female sexual health disorders easily accessible to both the public and healthcare professionals. Two healthcare websites have recognized TWSHF's blog for its content and contributions to healthcare education.
TWSHF was recently named one of the "100 Best Health Care Policy Blogs" by RNCentral.com, a website for nurses and nursing students that provides resources, links, articles, a forum and education information. The Women's Sexual Health Foundation blog features personal and insightful views on today's women's health trends, research and news. RNCentral.com compiled the list of best blogs to help the public and healthcare professionals navigate through the vast amount of health information that is available on the internet. TWSHF blog is one of only seven blogs dealing with sexual health to be selected.
Wellsphere recently awarded TWSHF the Top Health Blogger to recognize the Foundation's contribution to helping people live healthier lives. TWSHF is distinguished as a top blogger within the Women's Health community. Wellsphere is a web community whose network of writers and bloggers includes almost 1,500 of the leading medical professionals from Stanford, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, Yale and other top medical schools, as well as patients facing difficult diseases who share their stories of survival. Extremely selective in admitting writers into its network, Wellsphere first ensures they are "highly credible, eloquent, and caring."
"The Women's Sexual Health Foundation continues to be recognized as a credible source of information that is influencing public knowledge and opinion," says Executive Director Lisa Martinez RN/JD, "but most importantly, we help women become their own best advocate through our educational resources accessible at our website, http://www.twshf.org ."
About The Women's Sexual Health Foundation
TWSHF is an international non-profit organization whose primary mission is to educate the public and health care professionals on women's sexual health and sexual difficulties, including FSD. The Foundation has numerous resources for the public and healthcare professionals at http://www.TWSHF.org, such as educational brochures in English, German and Spanish.
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