• Dillard University
    JUNE 25-26, 2021

2021 VIRTUAL WOMEN'S HEALTH CONFERENCE

Women’s health in the United States continues to lag behind the health of men. Women of color's health, especially in the South, is disproportionately lower than that of their counterparts in terms of access to healthcare and healthcare status. Themed "Women's Health Across the Life Span," the inaugural Women's Health Conference will explore ways to approach medical health, emotional/behavioral health and reproductive health among women. Practitioners are invited to participate in this very important two-day virtual event June 25th and 26th.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Clinicians (physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, allied health professional), researchers, health educators, public and community health leaders and students who have an interest in women’s health and grant writing.

 

Nurses can earn up to 8.0 nursing continuing education contact hours for attending the entire 2 day 2021 Inaugural Virtual Women’s Health Conference. Dillard University College of Nursing is an approved as a provider of nursing continuing education contact hours by the Louisiana State Board of Nurses Provider # 53. Valid through December 31, 2023.

 

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!


PLATINUM SPONSOR

 

DePaul Community Health Centers

 

GOLD SPONSORS

 

LCMC Health Marsh & McLennan Agency   Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast

 

 

SILVER SPONSOR

 

Notre Dame Health System

 

FRIENDS

 

dupon   Humana   New Orleans Black Nurses Association

 

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ABOUT

Learn about the inaugural Women's Health Conference and the importance of the issues we will be tackling

Dr. Edith Mitchell

SPEAKERS

Women's Health Conference keynote speakers, presenters and panelists

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SCHEDULE & REGISTRATION

How to register and the conference agenda

 

Dillard University Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center

Minority Health & Health Disparities Research Center

Dedicated to improving the health of underserved populations in New Orleans and surrounding regions, the Dillard University Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center researches health and healthcare inequalities among races and people. In addition to conducting research, the center informs the public and holds events that address health disparities in communities.

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