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2.10.23 | Policy
The Role of Diversity in Science and NIH’s Recent Efforts to Create a Culture of Inclusion

Dr. Marie Bernard, NIH Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity spoke to SWHR Policy Advisory Council members about diversity’s impact on science, the NIH-Wide Strategic Plan for DEIA, COSWD’s recent efforts, and the NIH UNITE Initiative.

1.18.23 | Research and Clinical Trials
Friends of ORWH Congressional Reception

The Friends of the Office of Research on Women’s Health invite you to a congressional reception in celebration of Women’s […]

12.15.22 | Health Equity
SWHR Releases Women’s Health Dashboard

In an effort to highlight and address disparities in women’s health across the lifespan, SWHR launched the Women’s Health Dashboard, as a centralized platform explore the latest data on health conditions and diseases that have significant impacts on women’s health.

12.7.22 | Health Equity
To Address Women’s Health Inequity, It Must First Be Measured

The Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR) President and CEO Kathryn Schubert joined a group of health equity experts in […]

10.27.22 | Policy
SWHR’s 2022 Health Care Value Assessment Principles

In 2019, SWHR conceived a set of principles to help ensure value frameworks and assessments reflected factors relevant to women […]

10.6.22 | Health Equity
How a Public Health Crisis Created an Impetus for Change: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s National Commission to Transform Public Health Data Systems

Published in Health Equity, this discussion transcript focuses on how the COVID-19 pandemic brought to light the serious and pervasive […]

8.25.22 | Research and Clinical Trials
NASEM Report Calls for Improved Diversity in Research

The NASEM report on improving representation in clinical trials outlines the high cost of care and poor patient outcomes that are a consequence of not increasing diversity in research. 

8.15.22 | Maternal Health
SWHR Assumes Administration Responsibilities of the Coalition to Advance Maternal Therapeutics

SWHR will oversee the Coalition to Advance Maternal Therapeutics (CAMT), a coalition founded in 2014 to increase inclusion of pregnant and lactating populations in clinical research.

8.5.22 | Research and Clinical Trials
“Sex Differences in the Brain” Commentary Argues for Ongoing Sex Differences Research  

A commentary paper in the Biology of Sex Differences journal reviews the state of sex differences research in the human brain.

8.4.22 | Research and Clinical Trials
Why Should I Think about Joining a Clinical Trial?

This Zoom webinar, at 6 p.m. CT on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022, will feature Dr. Adolfo Diaz Duque of UT […]