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5.8.24 | Alzheimers Disease
Breaking Barriers in Alzheimer’s Disease Series: Innovative Diagnostics for Women

Approximately two-thirds of Alzheimer’s disease patients are women, as well as more than 60% of their caregivers. Stigma surrounding in […]

5.1.24 | Alzheimers Disease
Spotlighting Women’s Health Research at the “The Power of Research: The Need for Gender Equity” Luncheon

By Bria Fitz, SWHR Public Policy Fellow On April 24, 2024, the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) and the […]

4.30.24 | Alzheimers Disease
The Power of Research: The Need for Gender Equity Photo Gallery

On April 24, 2024, the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) joined Maria Shriver and the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement (WAM) […]

3.25.24 | Alzheimers Disease
Breaking Barriers in Alzheimer’s Disease: Perspectives on Early Stage Alzheimer’s

Approximately two-thirds of Alzheimer’s disease patients are women, as well as more than 60% of their caregivers. Stigma surrounding Alzheimer’s […]

3.19.24
SWHR Emerging Scholars in Women’s Health Research Award  Symposium

The SWHR Emerging Scholars in Women’s Health Research Award is given to trainees whose abstracts submitted to the OSSD Annual Meeting demonstrate research excellence in addressing important knowledge gaps in health and disease areas that disproportionately, differently, or exclusively affect women.

11.28.23 | Diagnostics
Diagnostic Screenings May Help Reveal the Power of Preventative Health 

The importance of preventative health care for women was reiterated time and time again throughout the SWHR Value of Diagnostics within Women’s Health virtual public forum series this year.

11.6.23 | Patient
Join SWHR in Taking Care of Women Caregivers this November

This November, during Family Caregivers Month and ahead of Giving Tuesday on November 28, SWHR is shining a light on women caregivers and showing our support for the role that they play in society.

10.24.23 | Alzheimers Disease
“Forgetting Christmas” Film Aims to Spotlight Alzheimer’s Caregivers 

SWHR spoke with filmmaker Cadell Cook about his upcoming film “Forgetting Christmas,” a story about Alzheimer’s disease. This blog post captures takeaways from the conversation.

9.6.23 | Diagnostics
Value of Diagnostics within Women’s Health: Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia among adults 65 years and older. There are an estimated 6.7 […]

6.29.23 | Health Equity
Advancing Care for Women with Alzheimer’s Disease

A Call to Action from the Society for Women’s Health Research Despite the broad investment in Alzheimer’s disease research and […]