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Office of Women’s Health Webinars

The Office of Women’s Health (OWH) hosts periodic webinars to highlight important topics in women’s health. In 2021, OWH launched the Women’s Health Leadership webinar series, which features public health experts, including HRSA grantees and stakeholders, spotlighting emerging issues and innovations in women’s health across the lifespan.

Upcoming Webinars

There are no upcoming webinars at this time.

Previous Webinars

2021 | 2020

2021

May 2021

Women’s Health Leadership webinar series
Heart Healthy Women: Supporting Women’s Unique Cardiovascular Health Needs HRSA Exit Disclaimer | Transcript (PDF – 171 KB)

  • Co-sponsored by the HRSA Office of Women’s Health and the HRSA Office of Regional Operations - Region IX.
  • Research-based insights into women's unique cardiovascular health needs, federal data and resources on women's heart health, and strategies successfully being used to improve women's cardiovascular health in community health centers.

March 2021

Women’s Health Leadership webinar series
Addressing the Unique Needs of Black Women with HIV HRSA Exit Disclaimer | Transcript (PDF – 133 KB)

  • Co-hosted by the HRSA Office of Women's Health and the HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB).
  • In recognition of the 2021 observance of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, HRSA's Office of Women's Health partnered with HAB to host a panel discussion on the special vulnerabilities and hidden drivers behind higher HIV rates among Black women. The panel highlighted data and findings from a HAB Technical Expert Panel focused on improving HIV prevention and treatment services for Black women, shared stories from the perspective of the lived experience, and discussed HRSA-funded interventions for Black women with HIV.

January 2021

Women’s Health Leadership webinar series
New Cervical Cancer Guidelines for Screening and Management during COVID‐19 and Beyond HRSA Exit Disclaimer | Transcript (PDF – 136 KB)

Note: Persons using assistive technology may not be able to fully access information in this presentation. For assistance, please email Kara Beck, PhD (HRSAOWH@hrsa.gov) or call 301-443-2048.

  • Hosted by the HRSA Office of Women’s Health with guest speakers Rebecca Perkins, MD of Boston Medical Center, and Sue Ghosh, MD of East Boston Neighborhood Health Center.
  • Guidance for implementation of new clinical guidelines for cervical cancer screening and management during the COVID-19 pandemic. These guidelines were developed as part of a consensus effort involving several clinical organizations, Federal agencies, and patient representatives.

Navigating Care for Women with Opioids Use Disorder HRSA Exit Disclaimer | Transcript (PDF – 111 KB)

Note: Persons using assistive technology may not be able to fully access information in this presentation. For assistance, please email Kara Beck, PhD (HRSAOWH@hrsa.gov) or call 301-443-2048.

  • Hosted by the HRSA Office of Women’s Health.
  • Caring for Women with Opioid Use Disorder: A Toolkit for Organization Leaders and Providers was developed by the HRSA Office of Women's Health, with support from the HHS Office on Women's Health. The toolkit provides resources and information to bolster care coordination services for women with opioid use disorder. The webinar covers the three focus areas of the toolkit and how to navigate the toolkit to find relevant resources.

2020

May 2020

Sheltering in Place, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Healthcare Response HRSA Exit Disclaimer | Transcript (PDF – 136 KB)

  • Hosted by the HRSA Office of Women's Health, in partnership with HRSA Office of Regional Operations - Region IX, and the Administration for Children and Families, Family Violence and Prevention Services Program.
  • Best practices and resources for healthcare providers and community partners to respond to domestic violence and human trafficking, support victims experiencing abuse, and promote resiliency in children during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Date Last Reviewed:  June 2021