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The female condom: from research to the marketplace  
http://www.fhi.org/NR/rdonlyres/eykhi2b4g2en7kndr2bclh2qiipvnfl52kztjsa3nnzna3r63jvm4ctdb7bfxoaf6v6ise3r7j5gph/femalecondomresearch.pdf
Reports on a two-day working conference, "The Female Condom: From Research to the Marketplace," held May 1 and 2, 1997, in Arlington, VA. (See Details)
Published: 1997
Proceedings from the fourth annual conference on sex and gene expression   
http://www.womenshealthresearch.org/about/publications/sage4_report.pdf
Examines sex and gender differences at the cellular level. Includes presentations and discussions on sexual dimorphism in meiosis, sexual dimorphism in cellular morphology and function, and sex differences in aging. (See Details)
Published: 2003
Rural women's action workshops: Nipawin and Swift Current, Saskatchewan  
http://www.pwhce.ca/pdf/ruralNipawin.pdf
Presents the discussions and recommendations following workshops on rural women's health and well-being concerns. (See Details)
Published: 2006
Governing medically assisted human reproduction: report of an international symposium
Discusses medically assisted human reproduction in the context of anthropoligical, sociological, political science, and legal knowledge. Pursues four general themes: rethinking reproductive freedom, negotiating kinship, legal strategies, and regulatory bodies.
Published: 1997
Third Asia and Pacific conference on the social sciences and medicine
Proceedings, in two volumes, of the Third Asia and Pacific Conference on the Social Sciences and Medicine, which is part of a series of global and regional conferences held under the auspices of the Social Science and Medicine Journal. The papers from this conference represent a range of topics. The subjects covered in Volume One are: Plenary Papers, the Construction of Health Knowledge, Health Policy, Regional Health Studies,Environmental Health, Reproductive Health, and Gender and Health. The subjects covered in Volume Two include: Child and Family Health, Aging and Health, Occupational Health, Mental Health, Drug Use, Health of Indigenous People, Parasitic and Infectious Disease, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
Published: 1997
National Aboriginal Health Organization Urban Aboriginal Health Centres Meeting, March 19-21, 2002, Winnipeg, Manitoba: final me  
http://www.naho.ca/english/pdf/UAHCM.pdf
Summarizes opening and closing speeches, addresses, plenary sessions, and question and answer sessions from the Urban Aboriginal Health Centres meeting in March 19-21, 2002. Contains summaries of all topical presentations, namely: Who and what is NAHO?; Traditional knowledge and issues arising from its application; Aboriginal health services in the urban environment: a doctor's perspective; Aboriginal health: a new perspective; The medicine shield: model for HIV prevention and intervention; Aboriginal health and wellness standards. (See Details)
Published: 2002
Arctic forum: Aboriginal health: gaining knowledge  
http://www.naho.ca/inuit/english/pdf/arctic_forum.pdf
Reports on the Aboriginal Health - Gaining Knowledge Arctic Forum on health in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, May 7 to 9, 2003. (See Details)
Published: 2003
Gender, health, and sustainable development: an African perspective
Presents the proceedings of a workshop held in Nairobi, Kenya, 5-8 October 1993. An examination of several themes such as: AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Gender; Tropical Diseases and Gender; Environmental Stress, Production Actvities, Health and Gender; Social Issues, Gender and Health are discussed. This also includes Working Group Discussions and Related Topics and initiatives informally presented at the workshop.
Published: 1994
Planning for change: women & chemical dependencies
Reports on the Canadian Mental Health Association conference, 'Planning for Change: Women & Chemical Dependencies' held in St. John's on June 11 to 13, 1993. The conference addressed chemical dependency in three specific focus groups: young women, elderly women and Native women. Successive workshops focused on guiding principles in the education and treatment of women, social realities, substance abuse issues specific to each group, services currently available, and ways to make prevention and treatment programs more effective. This report summarizes the collective knowledge, experience and recommendations of the women who participated in the conference. From this conference came the overwhelming sense that substance abuse is a symptom of underlying problems facing women in our society such as low self-esteem; physical, sexual or psychological abuse; poverty; and isolation. It became apparent that improving the quality of women's lives is an effective way to prevent substance abuse and to speed recovery. The report concludes with recommendations to develop culturally sensitive programs for Native women, to provide day care for women in treatment, to treat addictions in holistic ways that address underlying social and psychological problems, to provide social activities that overcome isolation and replace pastimes centred on drugs or alcohol, to teach problem solving skills and stress management.
Published: 1993
The women's Internet conference
Aims of support women's access to, and use of, communication technologies for women's equality work.
Published: 1997