A Conversation on the Elevation of Sex and Gender in Publishing Academic Research
During this special web event, SWHR will bring together representatives from academic journals for a conversation about what they are doing to elevate the importance of sex differences research and how the journals are approaching policies related to reporting on sex and gender in research studies.
Putting Our Heads Together: Diagnostic Innovations for Alzheimer’s Disease
SWHR is hosting a series of public forums to share educational information about the importance and value of innovative diagnostics throughout the lifespan and across disease states and conditions. This events will discuss how to improve health outcomes for diseases and conditions that disproportionately affect women, with a focus on Alzheimer's.
Reflecting on 30 Years of The Revitalization Act: A Conversation with SWHR’s Founder
During a special conversation, SWHR President and CEO Kathryn Schubert, MPP, CAE will sit down with SWHR Founder and Board Member Florence Haseltine, PhD, MD to discuss SWHR’s role in passing the NIH Revitalization Act of 1993 and the progress that has been made in women’s health research since that time.
Blindness and Glaucoma Webinar
Please join Accessible Pharmacy Services for the Blind as they discuss blindness and glaucoma with expert presenters, Elena Sturman, the President and Chief Executive Officer of The Glaucoma Foundation and Dr. Aakriti Shukla, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at Columbia University Medical Center. REGISTER
REVITALIZE Summit, Celebrating 30 years of Females in Clinical Trials
Join FemHealth Insights for a 1-day virtual Revitalize Summit to explore the role of government in the advancement of women's health. Hear from industry leaders on the present state and future of clinical trial development and analysis, alternative forms of research funding, and reimbursement strategies with payors and federally funded programs. Through keynotes, panels, and networking, explore how technological advancements are changing the way healthcare for females is built, delivered, and reimbursed. Who is attending? This is a great…