The Federal Health Policy Landscape and Women’s Health: What’s on the Horizon in 2022 and Beyond
At SWHR's September Policy Advisory Council meeting, the Senior Legislative Assistant in the Office of Congresswoman Lauren Underwood (IL-14) and…
Narcolepsy in the Workplace: Considerations for Employers and Employees
Narcolepsy can affect all aspects of a person’s life, including work life. Know management and wellness tips for narcolepsy in…
Diagnostics Fact Sheet Aims to Inform Women’s Cancer Screenings  
The diagnostics fact sheet for select cancers prevalent in women aims to help educate women about the important role of…
Women with Severe Mental Illness Need Our Attention
Elizabeth Sinclair Hancq, Director of Research at the Treatment Advocacy Center, discusses the health care burden of severe mental illness…
Considering the Patient Experience in Noninvasive Prenatal Screening
Prenatal genetic screening can be a helpful tool for future parents to make informed decisions about their health care. SWHR…
SWHR Releases First Issue-Specific Policy Agenda, With a Focus on Bone Health
The Bone Health Policy Agenda is a call action that builds upon earlier women's bone health policy priorities from SWHR…
NIPS Resource Guide Helps Prepare Mothers Throughout Their Pregnancy Journeys  
The Noninvasive Prenatal Screening (NIPS) Resource Guide for Women was created to help pregnant individuals navigate conversations with providers and…
NASEM Report Calls for Improved Diversity in Research
The NASEM report on improving representation in clinical trials outlines the high cost of care and poor patient outcomes that…
SWHR Assumes Administration Responsibilities of the Coalition to Advance Maternal Therapeutics
SWHR will oversee the Coalition to Advance Maternal Therapeutics (CAMT), a coalition founded in 2014 to increase inclusion of pregnant…