This webinar will focus on the Well-Woman Project, a joint collaboration between the University of Illinois Chicago School of Public Health (UIC) & CityMatCH.
Date: Thursday, March 16, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. ET
The Well-Woman Project aims to elevate women’s voices about what makes them healthy and able to receive well-woman care within their context of their lives, neighborhoods and cities.
Dr. Arden Handler, the Principal Investigator at the UIC Center of Excellence in MCH and the Well-Woman Project’s Principal Investigator, will provide information about the project’s results and recommendations, with a particular focus on how these results can help local health departments improve women’s health and well-woman healthcare.
Following Dr. Handler’s presentation on the Well-Woman Project, there will be time for participants to engage with one another on what is being done in their community to improve women’s health and health care. This will provide an opportunity for participants to share successes in improving well-woman care utilization and women’s health, as well as an opportunity to gain feedback on current challenges. Join us to learn about the Well-Woman Project & learn about what others are doing in their communities to advance women’s health.