Women’s Health & Wellness – Communications & Partnership Opportunities
July 15-16, 2004 Iselin, NJ
Today, the scope of womens health goes far beyond hormones or gynecological and reproductive areas. Heart disease, lung cancer, obesity, female sexual dysfunction to list a few are top of the list for major healthcare companies wanting to break into the area of womens health. New research on hormone therapy and indeed, the unprecedented boom in natural/supplementary products of high nutritional value to women has expanded the frontiers of womens health marketing and communications. Find out whats new, whats working and whats next by attending this conference in July, designed for pharmaceutical-biotech/healthcare/nutraceuticals/ wellness and other grassroots and non-profits engaged in womens health.
Featured Speakers Include:
- Margery L.S. Gass, MD, Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and Director, University Menopause & Osteoporosis Center and Principal Investigator, Womens Health Initiative
- Phyllis E. Greenberger, MSW, President and CEO
Society for Womens Health Research
- Barbara Gerolimatos
Pfizer Womens Health, Director, Scientific Affairs
- Cheryl Pegus, Medical Director, Womens Health
- Victoria Williams, Womens Health Analyst
- David Wood, CEO
- Kate Cronin, Partner & Director, Healthcare Practice
- Sarah Temple
Senior Vice President, Health and Medical and Project Lead for Red Dress Campaign, Ogilvy PR
- Pamela Boggs, Director Educational Development
The North American Menopause Society
- Donnica Moore M.D. President
Sapphire Healthcare Group
- Wendy Burow Johnson, Vice President
Turner Media Group Inc.
- Daria Blackwell
President, White Sea Horse and Healthcare
Actionable ways to fortify your strategic efforts to increase health literacy, disease education, preventive health, patient compliance, channel effectiveness and your health marketing, pr and communications campaigns for menopause, womens health, diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, cancer, sexual dysfunction, reproductive health and contraception, obesity, diseases of the central nervous system and many more vital areas.
This conference brings together leaders who are spearheading the efforts in medical science as well as from marketing, communications and grassroots communications agencies to enhance the value and role of womens health communications.
Visit the conference website for more information and to register.
For additional information please contact Rupa Ranganathan at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 1-212-967-0095×252.