Women’s Health News

The wonders of healthy competition

As the JPA Annual Step Challenge comes to an end, what have we learnt from this healthy competition about healthy habits and behaviour change?

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Leveraging the New Care Paradigm to Enhance Patient EducationLeveraging the New Care Paradigm to Enhance Patient Education

Audiences identified in communications campaigns need to reflect the new care paradigm of specialists being important audiences to reach. This is particularly important as we get closer to a time when experts fear a shortage of primary care professionals

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Paperdoll CampaignAIDS2012: Clinton, Gates, & Zawadi Smartlove

How do you compete for media attention against the likes of Elton John, Hillary Clinton, and Melinda Gateat the International AIDS Conference? Working with the UAFC presented a unique opportunity for JPA to put down the pen, and let a picture do the talking.

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When to Choose a Passionate Spokesperson Over a Big Name

Marsha Henderson’s insightful blog post highlighted the FDA’s role in advancing women’s health using stories to bring the FDA’s mission to life. But what really set her apart was her passion and ability to clearly articulate the history of women’s health, while laying out a vision of the future.

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Three Tips for Improving Communication to Women

The “War on Women” is diluting the focus on women’s health issues. How we can improve communications towards women?

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Amplifying HPV Test Awareness With Social Media

A little more than a year ago, Jennifer Ludden reported on behalf of National Public Radio that “in the face of a persistent gender pay gap, the reason women make less money than men is because they do not ask for raises.” The need to ask in order to improve a woman’s life however is not exclusive to one’s finances. 

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Female Contraception: A Health Issue?

In the wake of the presidential primaries, the United States is seeing government and health issues continue to be intertwined. Though contraception methods are now modernized, misinformation about birth control and lack of healthl education continues to be a deep-rooted nationwide issue.

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Figuring Out Female Infertility

Last week, an MSNBC story focused on the fact that many women are uninformed about infertility. The results found that women ages 25-35 years old who spoke with doctors were incorrect about the age fertility begins to decline and how long it takes to get pregnant.

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