Graduate student Rosemary Talbot Behmer Hansen examines changes in women’s health policy

Rosemary Talbot Behmer Hansen, a graduate student pursuing degrees in both bioethics as well as health policy and management, explored the effects of cultural and political changes on women’s health.

In an article for Dósis, titled “Women’s Health in the Age of Trump,” Talbot Behmer Hansen argued that reproductive justice is being infringed upon in this new presidential era and that new regulations are less concerned with women’s health and more focused on cultural narratives.

Dósis is a publication that is “dedicated to exploring the intersection of medical humanities and social justice.”

Read the piece.