The State of Women’s Health 2016

September 14, 2016
8:00 am – 12:00pm
The Union League of Philadelphia
140 S Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA


Recalibrate the Present & Redefine the Future

Lifecycle WomanCare’s second annual State of Women’s Health (#SWH2016) breakfast panel symposium will feature clinical experts and policy leaders exploring critical health issues facing women today.


The unique, audience-interactive program via the Sli.do Live Polling Platform (our event code: #SWH2016) will provide the platform for year-round engagement on approaches, objectives, and strategies for moving policy and practice forward, for women today along with future generations.


The feedback from the 2015 event was enthusiastically positive, and the overwhelming response was that attendees want more: a longer program to allow us to thoroughly examine the issues raised.


#SWH2016 will fulfill this request : with an added Workshop Panel!


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The full #SWH2016 program will be structured into two sections: first, a Breakfast Panel, following the format as #SWH2015. Following the breakfast program, the event will offer an optional Workshop Panel for more thorough analysis and a more extensive networking session.

This will be a 60-90 minute interactive workshop with leaders and experts facilitating a discussion on specific topics pertinent to the day’s agenda. Interested attendees can delve into issues that they care passionately about while connecting with other professionals from across the women’s healthcare spectrum.


BONUS for Medical Practitioners & Students: #SWH2016 will be accredited for up to 3 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) by the American-College of Nurse Midwives. Advance your professional education with us!


Please join Senator Schwank and our exemplary panels of experts and leaders on September 14th, and participate in our unique audience-interactive program!  Together, we can identify the most effective solutions out there, and ensure that those seeking or serving in public office are committed to supporting public policies that will help our families and communities.

Click Here to learn more about becoming a Sponsor for #SWH2016!To register as an Individual Ticket Holder, Click Here


Did you miss The State of Women’s Health last year?

Watch the #SWH2015 event recap on our YouTube Channel:

Thank You to our

2016 State of Women’s Health Sponsors:


Presenting Sponsor

Bryn Mawr


Interested in becoming a sponsor? Click here for more information.

State of Women’s Health 2016 Non-Profit Partners:


Black Women’s Health Alliance

Greater Philadelphia Diaper Bank

Mabel Morris Home Family Visit Program

Maternity Care Coalition

Midwifery Institute at Philadelphia University

Pennsylvania Health Professionals for a Liveable Future

Philadelphia Nurse-Family Partnership

Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania

Resources for Human Development

The Family Practice & Counseling Network

Women’s Way

Click to Join us as a Non-Profit Partner for #SWH2016!
To support our tax deductible women’s health programs, contact Sarah Evans at sevans@lifecyclewomancare.org.

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