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A Woman's Journey

The day gives me a chance to learn, to be inspired to make changes, to have discussions with others, to be grateful for my health, and appreciate the importance of good health care.

- A Woman's Journey attendee

A Woman's Journey, The Johns Hopkins Medicine annual women's health conference, provides new and compelling information about important issues affecting women's health. From nutrition and improving your memory to heart disease and cancer, this one-day program offers many seminars, all taught by Johns Hopkins physicians. Plan now to join a diverse group of women for a day of information and inspiration. Share this unique experience with your friends and family or come by yourself; either way, you will be in good company. This educational and empowering day will make a world of difference in your life and the lives of those you love. 

Mark Your Calendar Now for A Woman’s Journey

  • Baltimore - Saturday, November 10, 2018   REGISTER NOW!
  • Palm Beach - Thursday, January 31, 2019
  • Naples - Friday, February 22, 2019
  • Tampa, FL -  March 27, 2019
  • St. Petersburg, FL - March 28, 2019
  • Sarasota, FL -  March 29, 2019
  • Greater Washington Area - April 29, 2019
  • Bermuda - TBD

Request a printed invitation to one of the conferences.

Watch a featured video

What is A Woman's Journey?

Learn more about what you can expect if you attend the Johns Hopkins Medicine women's health conference, A Woman' s Journey, by watching this video.

A Woman's Journey Palm Beach Keynote Speaker - Cynthia Lersten

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