SWHR hosts virtual events that feature expert researchers, clinicians, policymakers, and patient advocates discussing the latest information around research, clinical care, and policy for a variety of diseases and conditions that disproportionately or differently affect women.
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Past Events › SWHR Webinar
SWHR hosted a virtual panel discussion to raise awareness about research gaps and unmet needs related to diagnosis, treatment, and access to care for uterine fibroids.
SWHR hosted a virtual public forum on the need for innovation in HPV-related disease screening and treatment for women.
To guide those with migraine in their journey toward wellness, this webinar reviews the wellness strategies outlined SWHR's Living Well with Migraine Toolkit.
SWHR's webinar provides information about menopause for women and their health care providers as well as examine ways that we can individually and collectively improve the quality of life for women at this life stage.
SWHR and the Endocrine Society hosted a virtual congressional briefing to discuss the importance of including sex as a biological variable in research.
This SWHR webinar provides valuable insight for both patients and health care providers on opportunities to empower individuals living with endometriosis.
The Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls hosted a virtual event, supported by SWHR, raising awareness of the astounding impact of uterine fibroids on the health of women.
SWHR hosted a webinar featuring a panel of women who spoke to diverse patient experiences with migraine across the lifespan, from young adult and student life through midlife and post-reproductive years.
On October 26, 2021, SWHR hosted the congressional briefing, “Menopause Mindfulness: Exploring Menopause's Effect on Health and Well-Being,” where panelists shared information about menopause, including the health risks for women during this life stage and the stigma often associated with menopause and aging.
https://youtu.be/NrRSBi-Bk70 Uterine fibroids (leiomyomas) are non-malignant growths of the uterus and one of the most common gynecological conditions nationwide. A growing and overlooked public health issue, fibroids affect approximately 26 million American women between the ages 15 to 50, however fibroids can affect patients across life stages from adolescence to post-menopause. With a wide array of common symptoms, such as severe and irregular menstrual bleeding, pelvic and pain back, bladder or bowel dysfunction, and challenges with fertility, fibroids can result…