Sex and Gender Health - WHEP

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Location Philadelphia, PA, United States
Introduction Is this true for women AND men? How are girls and women unique or different? What do I need to know to deliver and teach excellent care taking sex and gender into consideration? How can I make a difference right now? The Women’s Health Education program is a dedicated resource of talented experts, educational innovators and health educators who provide opportunities for learning about the intersection of biomedical and public health. From curricular and research opportunities, to networking with our collaborators and friends, to working with us side-by-side with direct outreach,you can find important information about skill development for clinical excellence. This info site is designed to be a useful repository for advancing your learning, a site for information for latest news and about upcoming events . Who's who: Director Ana Núñez, MD; Associate Director Kim Kahng, MD; Research Director Candace Robertson, MPH, Research Associate Serita Reels, MPH; Curricular Coordinator Mikelle Nickens, Executive Assistant Winnie Jones.