SWHR routinely convenes meetings of diverse scientific experts, clinicians, patients, and health care stakeholders to effect change in women’s health.
SWHR’s science events often serve as the foundation for our multiyear programs, known as SWHR’s Interdisciplinary Science Networks, which seek to identify research gaps and address unmet needs in diseases and conditions that disproportionately or differently affect women.
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Upcoming Science Events
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Upcoming Events › Science
SWHR is convening an interdisciplinary working group in September 2021 for a closed two-day roundtable meeting to discuss how to eliminate barriers to access and reduce health disparities related to treatments for infertility in women.
This year’s meeting, with the theme of NAMS 2021: The State of Midlife Women’s Health, will provide you with comprehensive and exciting updates on today’s most relevant issues relating to menopause and midlife women’s health.
Join us at the Women’s Health Innovation Summit, taking place in Boston, MA, on September 14-15 and virtually on September 28. The summit is the sector’s leading platform committed to strengthening the network, tackling unmet needs and championing innovative approaches and solutions. Our focus is not only on female-only health challenges, but female-prevalent diseases and those conditions that affect or present differently in women.
The National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women's Health is hosting their 24th Annual Premier Women's Healthcare Conference virtually from October 13 - 16, 2021.
Register here Autoimmune conditions cause a person's immune system to attack the body's own tissues and organs, including the skin. Because the skin is so visible and important to the body’s physiological function, skin diseases can impact a person’s physical and mental wellbeing and carry a large public health burden, despite their relative understudy. Atopic dermatitis (a common type of eczema) is characterized by itchy, dry, flakey, and irritated skin, and can affect women differently over the lifespan. In…
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The workshop will focus on the opportunities, challenges, and best practices of leveraging technology to make modern healthcare more equitable for all patients.