The Center for Global Women’s Health (CGWH) is an interdisciplinary collection of faculty and students who collaborate on women’s health scholarship, education, and clinical practice relevant to global issues.
The “red zone” refers to the period from mid-August to November when new students are most vulnerable to sexual assaults. Katherine Cambareri, MPH and Laura Sinko, PhD are public health practitioners and artists who use their talents to depict the healing journey of sexual assault victims/survivors.
Dr. Siobhan Conaty works in the Health Humanities, an interdisciplinary field that brings the practice of the arts and humanities into the study of the health sciences. Using Frida Kahlo as a case study, she demonstrated how studying art history and applying its methods can help enhance nursing education and improve clinical practice.
The Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe vs Wade. What does that mean for women, families and communities? What role do elected officials play in deciding the reproductive rights of their constituents? These decisions impact individuals, human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have children, and parent the children we have in safe and sustainable communities.