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A one-day educational symposium featuring presentations
from more than 35 experts and advocates. The symposium is divided into two tracks. One is tailored to medical professionals and the other to patients and the general public, however, both programs will be open to all attendees. The event will be followed
by an awards ceremony and cocktail hour.
NIH is holding a follow-up workshop to the original 2017 Inclusion Across the Lifespan workshop (IAL workshop summary) to examine the implementation of the NIH policy and discuss remaining opportunities for and barriers to inclusion. The Inclusion Across the Lifespan II (IAL-II) workshop will be held on the NIH campus September 2-3, 2020 and videocast at https://www.videocast.nih.gov.
This conference provides current and clinically applicable information for prenatal, intrapartum, and postpartum care of the mother as well as infant care, both in the hospital and through transition to home.
The Policy Advisory Council is a forum for industry, nonprofit, and other health care stakeholders to partner with SWHR to support emerging scientific research and public policy that will improve women’s health.
The goal of the 2020 Summit is to support and progress the integration of sex and gender differences into health professionals’ education through innovative and sustainable curriculum methods.
SWHR will convene a closed-door virtual roundtable meeting to discuss the gaps in research, clinical practice, and patient education that need to be filled to improve health outcomes for women with fibroids.
SWHR will host a virtual panel discussion to raise awareness about research gaps and unmet needs related to diagnosis, treatment, and access to care for uterine fibroids.
Sex Differences in Brain Disorders: Emerging Transcriptomic Evidence and Implications for Therapeutic Development
This workshop will bring together bring together experts and key stakeholders to explore emerging evidence regarding differences in transcriptomic abnormalities that occur in the brains of men versus women with a variety of brain disorders.
The conference seeks to enhance the understanding and knowledge of ovarian cancer; discuss the most recent innovations in the field; and address pressing concerns.
OCRA's Ovarian Cancer National Conference is the largest and longest running conference devoted to ovarian cancer survivors.