Women's Health Conferences 2010.

New Horizons in Women's Health 2010

Fort Lauderdale, FL. USA
January 30 - February 6, 2010
Steven E. Buie, MD
Richard J. Derman, MD, MPH
Carol Pashman, MS, BSN, RN
A conference targeting gynecologist and other professionals working in women's primary care. The objective of the conference was to educate participants on medical-legal risks, cancer screening, pain management, resent trends in diagnosis and treatment of infections, and contraceptive devices.
https://www.seeuthere.com/rsvp/invitation/invitation.asp?id=/

5th Annual Women's Cardiac Health Conference

Waltham, MA, USA
February 5, 2010
Massachusetts Medical Society
American Heart Association
The objective of the conference was to educate participants on the American Heart Associations latest goals and research. Lectures were conducted discussing the effects of diet and habits on the heart, relationship between inflammation and atherosclerosis, and how gender difference can influence diagnosis and medical outcomes.
http://www.massmed.org/AM/Template.cfm?section=CME_and_Event_Schedule&Template=/Conference/

17th Annual Women's Health Conference

Gold Coast, Australia
February 26 - 28, 2010
Roger, Francis, Professor of Geriatric Medicine, University of Newcastle, UK
Chris Bayly, Senior Clinical Adviser, Women's Health, Royal Women's Hospital, Australia
Louise Hayes, Clinical Psychologist
An interactive event exploring a variety of topics that affect the life cycle of women. Plenary sessions covered prevention and diagnosis of diseases, breast health, menopause, and teenage depression.
http://www.whers.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/whers_broch2010.pdf

Association of Physician Assistants in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

2010 National Women's Health Conference
Las Vegas, NV, USA
March 4 - 6, 2010
Anita Nelson, MD, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA, USA
Paul Taylor, PA-C, Program Chairman
Wendy Chang, MD, UCLA Geffen School of Medicine, USA
The goal of the conference was to share emerging research on women's healthcare and its applications with member in the healthcare profession so they can establish a new standard of practice. Participants heard lectures on osteoporosis, contraception, hormone therapy and aging.
http://www.minervamedcomm.com/apaog/

Women's Health and the Environment

New Science, New Solutions
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
April 21, 2010
Regina M. Benjamin, MD, MBA, U.S. Surgeon General
The Honorable Lisa P. Jackson, Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency
Teresa Heinz, Chairman, The Heinz Endowments
A conference championing knowledge for women to lead a healthier life. The conference focused on research from environmental scientist on how environmental factors effect women's health. 
http://www.womenshealthconference.net

Women's Health in the North WHIN

6th Australian Women's Health Conference
Tasmania, Australia
May 18 - 21, 2010
Koula Neophytou
Kerryn Lewis
Anna Stewart
Bridie Hudson
The theme for the conference was Women's Health: The New National Agenda. Their goal was to make women's health a national priority by focusing on reproductive rights, education programs, ways to improve health outcomes, and ways government can enhance healthcare.
http://www.whin.org.au/news-a-events/news-archive/30-whin-at-the-6th-australian-womens-health-conference.html

Women Deliver

Washington, D.C., USA
June 7 - 9, 2010
Rachel Vogelstein, U.S. State Department
Rachel Wilson, Director of Policy and Advocacy, PATH
Kylea Liese, Maternal Health Researcher
A conference focusing on the concerns of maternal health globally. The conference brought together policy makers, healthcare professionals, and others working women's healthcare from over 140 countries. Concerns addressed at the conference were mortality rates and economic security. 
http://www.womendeliver.org/conferences/-2010-conference/

Global Maternal Health Task Force Conference 2010

New Delhi, India
August 30 - September 1, 2010
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
The conference offered attendees six themes relating to maternal health. Panel discussions on maternal intervention, maternal health, methodology, reproductive health, and healthcare systems were attended by participants.
http://maternalhealthtaskforce.org/index.php?

7th Annual Women's Health Research Conference

Minneapolis, MN, USA
September 20, 2010
Jacquelyn Campbell, PhD, RN, FAAN
The objective of the conference was to set women's health as a national priority. The attendees had opportunities to discuss interdisciplinary research on women's health disparities, domestic violence, and improving patient outcomes.
http://www.womenshealth.umn.edu/Research/whrc/7thannualwhrc/index.htm

Politics and Practices: The History of Post-War Women's Health

Manchester, UK
October 22 - 23, 2010
Emma Jones, University of Manchester, UK
Yolanda Eraso, Oxford Brookes University, UK
A conferences for researchers of women's health practices, policies, and issues. Topics covered included society's response to PMS, society and female sexual dysfunction, social perspectives on reproduction, and activism and women's healthcare.
http://www.chstm.manchester.ac.uk/newsandevents/conferences/postwarwomenshealth/

The Women's Conference 2010

A Day of Health, Wellness, and Transformative Agenda
Long Beach, CA, USA
October 25, 2010
Maria Shriver, First Lady of California
Sonia Alleyne, Editorial Director, Black Enterprise Magazine
Alice D. Domar, PhD, Director, Domar Center for Mind/Body Health
As part of the Women's Conference, the event focused on the health issues women face. The event feature top experts in the healthcare field who lead discussions of how improving a woman's health can improve a woman's overall life.
http://www.womensconference.org/the-women-s-conference-201/

The Marce Society for Perinatal Mental Health

Pittsburgh, PA, USA
October 27 -30, 2010
Former First Lady Rosalyn Carter
An international conference for professionals in the psychology, obstetrics, and health visitors. Some of the topics covered included eating disorders, postpartum psychosis, and psychotropic drugs. The featured speaker for the conference was former first lady Rosalyn Carter.
http://www.marcesociety.com/About-Marce.aspx