Women and Incontinence in the EU policy brief launched.

  PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release 29th November 2018—The European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) officially launches the next policy brief in its series, “Women and Incontinence in the EU,” in order to highlight this widespread, disabling and debilitating condition. Urinary incontinence (UI) is a widespread disabling and debilitating condition affecting 10% to 20% of…

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Every Day is European Antibiotic Awareness Day!

Press Release For immediate publication The European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) says “Make Every Day European Antibiotic Awareness Day (EAAD) “to #KeepAntibioticsWorking! 14 November 2018—Alarmingly, the growing resistance to many antibiotics is a public health threat has been steadily rising over recent decades. Many common infections are becoming increasingly difficult or sometimes impossible to…

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EU Manifesto for Women’s Health

INVITATION EU Manifesto for Women’s Health European Parliament Launch Hosted by Ms.Deidre Clune, MEP in partnership with the European Institute of Women’s Health   Healthy Women — Healthy Europe 10th OCTOBER 2018 10:30AM – 12:30PM ROOM A3F383 European Parliament, Brussels To register for the event, please send: Your name, title, passport number, passport country and…

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EIWH Presentation at: Migration Health Conference, Rome, Italy

Conference on Migration Health, Rome, Italy 1-3 October 2018, 12.00 – 13.30 Oral Session 1 – Women and Children A trans cultural and equitable approach to migrant women’s health K. Semancik, European Institute of Women’s Health, Dublin, Ireland and A. Le Corvec, Asserta, Barcelona, Spain Background of the study: Women migrants face poorer health outcomes…

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Celebration of National Fertility Awareness Week 2018

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release In celebration of National Fertility Awareness Week 2018, the European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) calls on EU Commission to promote awareness of those that struggle with infertility. 17th of July 2018—National Fertility Awareness week is held from the 17th to the 24th of July annually to raise awareness of…

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Celebration of World Continence Week 2018

   PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release In Celebration of World Continence Week 2018 (#WCW2018), the European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) calls for increased awareness of the issues urinary incontinence poses for patients, their families and caregivers. 20th June 2018 — Annually, World Continence Week (#WCW) is held by the World Federation of Incontinence Patients…

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Press Release – Women and Ovarian Cancer in the EU Policy Brief

PRESS RELEASE For Inmediate Release In Celebration of European Week Against Cancer 2018, the European Institute of Women’s Health launches its latest policy brief, “Women and Ovarian Cancer in the EU,” and calls on Europe to urgently tackle this silent killer.   25th of May 2018—European Week Against Cancer (EWAC) is held from the 25th…

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Press Release – Women and Menstruation in the EU Policy Brief

PRESS RELEASE For Inmediate Release In order to combat the silence around menstruation and menstrual disorders, the European Institute of Women’s Health officially launches its latest policy brief, “Women and Menstruation in the EU. 10th of May 2018—The European Institute of Women’s Health (EIWH) is delighted to launch its newest policy brief, “Women and Menstruation…

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Press Release – World Ovarian Cancer Day 2018

PRESS RELEASE For Inmediate Release In Celebration World Ovarian Cancer Day 2018, the European Institute of Women’s Health announces its forthcoming latest policy brief, “Women and Ovarian Cancer in the EU,” in order to raise awareness about and to reduce the burden of ovarian cancer across Europe #WOCD. 8th of May 2018—Since 2013, World Ovarian…

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Policy Brief: Women and cervical cancer in the EU (2017)

CERVICAL CANCER IN THE EU European Institute of Women’s Health November 2017 Overview Cervical cancer was estimated to be responsible for the deaths of 279,311 women around the world in 2015.1 According to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) World Cancer Report 2014, cervical cancer was the fifteenth most common cancer globally in 2012,2 while for…

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