The Women's Information Network (WIN) is dedicated to providing an educational forum for non-pregnant women. The efforts of WIN are dedicated to informing the Northwest Georgia community about the latest gender-specific research data in an accurate and non-threatening manner.
We believe accurate information and the opportunity to dialogue with experts and other women facilitates personal decision-making. Current research knowledge, provided with information about healthy options and actions, can empower women to negotiate the health care system and motivate them toward the achievement of better health.
NEWS & EVENTS:
TRAINING EVENT COMING:
Saturday, July 15
Georgia Cares Community Training Series is coming to Rome. Georgia Cares is making an effort to educate communities on the issue of Child Sex Trafficking. To learn more and to register for this training series click here.
Download flyer here.
Georgia Legislation 2017:
Georgia Legislative Session 2017 bills sent to the Governor to Sign.
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UPCOMING WIN EVENTS:
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Founder of WIN HonoredSharon was recently awarded the 2016 Inspiration in Women’s Health Award from the Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health.
...read more here
WIN In The NewsRead more about WIN in this interview with Sharon in the Rome News Tribune.
...read interview here
OPPORTUNITY:WIN has developed a program entitled “Lunch with a Doctor.” It is a two hour workshop providing information and screening for osteoporosis for women ages 50-75. We are looking for partner organizations as sites for the program. Details about osteoporosis are listed below the program outline. If interested in partnering or more information, please call our President, Sharon Baker, or e-mail for details. firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-506-2000.
SPREAD THE WORDSupport Participation of Diverse Women in Clinical Trials:
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We never know how high we are till we are called to rise; And then, if we are true to plan, Our statures touch the skies. -- Emily Dickinson