12 Nov The State of Women’s Health 2018 Outcomes Report
The State of Women’s Health 2018 Outcomes Report is now available. The report highlights the incredible speakers and powerful conversations from our 2018 State of Women’s Health Symposium, held on April 25, 2018.
The 2018 symposium was a full day of learning and networking. In addition to our two keynote speakers, Anita Woodley and Dr. Loren Robinson, we hosted five interactive workshops focusing on critical healthcare issues facing women, families, and non-binary individuals.
What we have heard from presenters and attendees is a strong desire to use our collective voice to advance health care equity for all.
The takeaways and action items from the symposium are more important than ever. However, as you can see from the report, there is still much work to be done, including:
- Continuing to work across disciplines to bring improved health outcomes for all women throughout Pennsylvania.
- Protecting access to care for vulnerable populations.
- Increasing psychoeducation and reducing stigma in order to help mothers in need of mental health care.
- Addressing the unique health care needs for LGBTQ+ people throughout their lifecycle, including growing up gender non-conforming, having and raising kids, and aging as an LGBTQ+ person.
- Increasing prenatal assistance to make the maternal experience as enjoyable as possible.
If you are passionate about advancing women’s health, you can partner with us by making a donation to Lifecycle WomanCare today. Together, we can keep the conversation going.