This Women’s Health Page provides a link between state agencies and advocates, assisting them in advancing and protecting the health of women across the lifespan through chronic disease prevention and control.
This Page introduces current initiative’s addressing women’s health issues by:
- Fostering the public health agenda as it relates to diseases and conditions most affecting women and stimulating activities that will prevent and control these diseases/conditions.
- Invigorating and empowering women.
The topics included on this site are:
- Healthy Women and Chronic Disease Prevention and Control
- Reproductive Health
- Cardiovascular Health
- Autoimmune Conditions
- Healthy Aging
- Clinical and Preventive Services
INTERACTIVE HUB PORTALS DESCRIPTION
Events and Webinars
The events hub is a link to upcoming conferences, meetings, and conference calls with agendas and registration/call in information. This Hub contains upcoming, current, and archived presentations and webinars related to Women's Health.
The groups and organizations addressing Womens' Health issues.
Digital Library of Evidence Based Journal Articles and Literature
The Digital Library contains links to articles related to all areas of Women's Health. This library also includes archived articles, articles published prior to 2008 and landmark articles.
Resources and Tools
Resources and Tools include clinical materials, tools, updates, links, and other information helpful for healthcare and public health practitioners.
Guidelines and Care Standards
Guidelines and Care Standards includes links to international, national, state and organizational recommendations on screening, diagnosing, management and treatment or Women's Health issues.
Data and Statistics
This Hub contains epidemiological information, data, and statistics related to Women's Health issues.
Healthy Women and Chronic Disease Prevention and Control
Life Course Materials This concept paper was commissioned by MCHB to provide a mutual understanding about MCH life course from which the broad MCH community can begin to shape its public health approaches for the 21st century.
Reports, Briefs and Publications
Adeline Yerkes, RN, MPH
Women's Health Council