The University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is pleased to present Healthy Women Community Talks. This free community education series is dedicated to helping all women stay healthy throughout their lives. Healthy Women Community Talks provide an opportunity for the public to hear from clinicians, scientists, and other women’s health experts about the latest research, trends, and treatment options. Questions and discussion are highly encouraged. Talks are held in various accessible, public locations in the Madison area. Most can be attended in-person or via webinar.
Our department’s mission is to improve quality of life for women in the state of Wisconsin and beyond by providing compassionate, high quality patient care and by advancing knowledge through research, education, and advocacy. We do so in an environment of collaboration, humility, integrity and respect.
Upcoming Healthy Women Community Talks
Women’s Sexual Health and Cancer
Featuring UW Health Women’s Integrative Sexual Health (WISH) program clinicians
Presented in partnership with Gilda’s Club of Madison
February 2, 2017, time TBD – Please check back for details
Past Healthy Women Community Talks
Break Free from Pelvic Floor Disorders, visit the event page
Featuring UW Health Urogynecologists and allied Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists
Bladder Control: A Common and Treatable Concern for Women (video)
Featuring UW Health Urogynecologist Christine Heisler, MD
Hot Flash or Power Surge: What Every Woman Needs To Know About Menopause (video)
Featuring UW Health Ob-Gyn and Certified Menopause Practitioner Makeba Williams, MD
Our Kids Need the HPV Vaccine (video: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4)
Featuring UW Health Ob-Gyn Sarah Bradley, MD, Pediatrician Lindsey Geier, MD, and Head and Neck Surgical Oncologist Aaron Wieland, MD
Innovations in Birth Control
Featuring UW Health Ob-Gyn Eliza Bennett, MD, and Gynecologic Oncologist Laurel Rice, MD
Support Healthy Women Community Talks
Healthy Women Community Talks are supported by our Health Women, Healthy Babies Fund. Learn how you can support women’s health through the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
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Madison, WI 53715