SWHR routinely convenes interdisciplinary scientific roundtables to bring fresh thinking and thought leadership to critical areas of women’s health.
Our roundtables promote discussion among health care professionals and patients on timely women’s health topics and promote the discovery of new ideas in sex-based biology. For more information on our scientific roundtables, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Assess the state of the science for a specific disease or condition.
- Identify knowledge gaps in research, clinical practice, policy, or education.
- Develop recommendations to address research, clinical, policy, or education gaps.
- Communicate recommendations widely to promote innovation and eliminate barriers to research and care.
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Fertility Options for Women: Improving Awareness, Access, and Outcomes
Hosted by SWHR
SWHR is convening an interdisciplinary working group for a closed roundtable meeting to discuss how to eliminate barriers to access and reduce health disparities related to treatments for infertility in women.
September 20-21 @ 1:00 – 5:00 pm EDT
Learn more about our scientific roundtable discussions.
VCU Health of Women 2023
The Health of Women 2023 is designed with many experts in mind. VCU has crafted an agenda following their valued approach of addressing women's health across the life span and will address the challenges and nuances of sex and gender medicine throughout the conference. This virtual event caters to the learning needs of primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, physician assistants and other healthcare professionals focused on women’s health in family practice, internal medicine, and obstetrics and gynecology. Learn more…
The Power Panel
For generations there has been a stigma surrounding menstrual health issues. The Power Panel is working to erase the stigma. Join us to learn how the conversation is changing. Together we can make a difference. REGISTER
2023 ACOG Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting
Join ACOG in Baltimore, Maryland, for the 2023 Annual Clinical & Scientific Meeting (ACSM), being held May 19–21. This is a must-attend event for those committed to providing exceptional obstetric and gynecologic care. About the 2023 ACSM The ACSM has long been a gathering of the leading experts in obstetrics and gynecology sharing their cutting-edge research, clinical best practices, and collaborative solutions to the challenges facing our community. Sessions for the 2023 meeting will center on the following topics: Emerging…
#SWHRtalksHPV: Vaccination for Cancer Prevention
SWHR hosted a virtual public forum to share educational information about the HPV vaccine and highlight diverse perspectives on the value of the HPV vaccine in cancer prevention.
Discovery, Development, Delivery: Understanding the Biomedical Research and Development Pipeline
May is Lupus Awareness Month, an opportune time to explore the “process behind progress” in the fight against this and other high cost, high burden diseases. Please join Research!American on Monday, May 22 for an in-person lunch briefing with speakers representing the full spectrum of the health and medical research continuum, who will discuss their roles tackling research into and treatments for lupus and other diseases from bench to bedside. The briefing, Discovery, Development, Delivery: Understanding the Biomedical Research and…
Public Health TechXpo and Futures Forum
The Public Health TechXpo and Futures Forum is an annual convening of public health leaders and experts across the technology, professional services, financial, workforce, and related sectors. Together, we tackle the toughest public health challenges facing our nation—challenges of today and the future. Join ASTHO for the inaugural gathering of the year's premier public health data and technology event, virtually May 23–25, 2023. After the TechXpo, the work will continue with a virtual event on June 15, 2023 offering exclusive content for all participants…
Tackling Depression / Anxiety During Midlife & The Menopause Transition: It’s Not All in Your Head
Irritable? Little or no motivation? Unable to experience joy? Increased anxiety? Not feeling like yourself? Women are far likelier to experience depression and anxiety during the years leading up to and immediately after menopause. But few people, even doctors, understand this. In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, the speaker for our May Menopause Talk is Dr. Claudio Soares, Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at Queen’s University in Canada and one of the foremost experts on mood…
2023 Maternal Health Tribal Learning Community Series
The National Indian Health Board, in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), invites you to join our four-part, virtual webinar series that will build on Tribes and Tribal organization's efforts to address maternal mortality prevention in Indian Country. Join to learn together about maternal health work in Indian Country. Share your knowledge at the Tribal and community levels to inform maternal mortality prevention efforts going forward. Engage with other leaders in the field of maternal and…
NPWH/ISSWSH Management of Sexual Health Course
Join the host virtually on June 2, 2023, for this popular NPWH/ISSWSH Management of Sexual Health course. The course features in-depth information about: Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder Female Arousal Disorders/Female Orgasmic Disorders Genito-Pelvic Pain/Penetration Disorders Case-Based Management of Sexual Health PLUS: Ted-Style talks on Neurobiology of Trauma and Sexual Dysfunction Clinician Practices for Inclusive, Patient-centered Sexual Communication with Racialized, Minoritized Populations Patient Advocate: What You Wish Your Provider Asked You All sessions are included in registration. CE Information: This course…
NMQF/SHC Webinar | Lupus Chats
Join us for a conversation about lupus including disparities in diagnosis and care, access to care, clinical research, available treatment options and more. Moderator: Akeia Blue, MPH, MS, Health Communications Director, National Minority Quality Forum. Akeia Blue is a public health communicator with over six years of experience in delivering multicultural marketing, health literacy and culturally competent communications for non-profit and government organizations. Prior to joining NMQF, Akeia's work at health-focused public relations and marketing agencies gave her the opportunity…