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Since 1995, Johns Hopkins Medicine’s annual women’s health program A Woman's Journey provides new and compelling information about important issues affecting women's health. Through a selection of seminars presented exclusively by Hopkins faculty physicians, participants are able to hear first-hand about advances in medicine from the individuals performing the research, all the while interacting with a diverse group of attendees.


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  • Conversations That Matter

    Live one-hour Zoom webcasts with Johns Hopkins physicians around health issues, with live questions from the viewing audience.

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  • Insights That Matter

    Insights That Matter are podcasts with a Johns Hopkins physician. Available on iTunes or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

  • Videos on Demand

    Videos of Johns Hopkins experts discussing important health information affecting women.

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Upcoming Webcasts

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What is the most valuable thing about A Woman's Journey?

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Getting up to date information on diseases and how they present and are treated in women.
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The women's perspective - special issues that are seldom emphasized in general literature.
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The possibilities of what "I" can do after hearing so much wonderful information.
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A great fellowship among women.
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