Science must drive policy because policy drives change.
SWHR develops and champions public policy concepts that are grounded in science in order to improve women’s health.
Policy Advisory Council members work collaboratively to develop policy positions, promote research, and create informative materials designed to improve women’s health.
SWHR engages on issues related to coverage and access policy, regulatory policy, and scientific policy. Learn more about our public policy positions in these areas.
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Access, Policy Engagement, Regulatory
SWHR's Sleep Network provided comments to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force on its draft recommendation on screening for sleep apnea in adults.