SWHR hosts congressional briefings and other policy-focused events on a variety of women’s health and research-related subjects.
Attended by congressional staff, federal agency personnel, and advocacy group representatives, these events inform attendees about issues important to women’s health. SWHR’s Policy Advisory Council also meets quarterly to discuss current policies affecting women’s health and SWHR’s positions and engagement in these areas.
WHAT WE’RE DOING
Policy, Public Panel, Science, Webinar
Upcoming Policy Events
Join us for discussion about innovations in women’s health.
Past Events › Policy
In this virtual Congressional briefing, speakers will share research and evidence-based models of respectful, person-centered maternity care that can be engaged to address maternal health inequities through Medicaid policy change.
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.
Please join the Women's Congressional Policy Institute in celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Research on Women’s Health!
Childbirth Should Not Be a Death Sentence: Global Maternal Health and the Impact of COVID-19, Part 2
The Women’s Congressional Policy Institute hosts the second installment in a new webinar briefing series on COVID-19 and maternal mortality.
Join the Women First Research Coalition for a virtual briefing focused on the research needed to address disparities in women’s health,
SWHR will host a virtual public forum on the need for innovation in HPV-related disease screening and treatment for women.
The Mary Horrigan Connors Center for Women’s Health & Gender Biology will host a daylong interactive educational forum and community building event.
Save the date for this Connors Center conversation on the way ahead for telemedicine and women's health.
Women In Government (WIG) hosts their State Directors Conference/Healthcare & Technology Summit to educate and inform state legislators on critical public policy topics facing their state.
Global Health Council's virtual 2020 summit this November will focus on Pandemics, Politics, and Privilege: The Good, Bad, & Ugly U.S. Legacy in Global Health.