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GPWL919 - Everything you need to know about Women’s Health

In this workshop, the Health Services nurse and health promotion specialist will address common concerns many women have at some point in their life. They will share with you the latest recommendations on health topics such as breast health, keeping your private parts healthy, an overview of birth control methods, healthy relationships, and more. They will finish with suggestions on how you can stay healthy during grad school.

Learning Objectives



Learning Objectives:
1- To identify common women’s health concerns and possible solutions
2- To learn about the latest recommendations for women’s health
3- To learn strategies to help you stay healthy during grad school

Leaders Information



This workshop will be led by Louise Carline and Gaby Szabo.

Louise Carline has been serving students as a nurse at Concordia University Health Services for 19 years. She enjoys playing a central role in delivering optimal health care to students, staff, and faculty. She is also an award-wining preceptor with the McGill Ingram School of Nursing.

Gaby is a Health Promotion Specialist at Concordia University Health Services. She has an MSc in Nursing from McGill, and a postgraduate diploma in Health Promotion from University of Alberta’s School of Public Health. Gaby works with Concordia students, staff, and faculty to help them set, achieve, and maintain their health goals. She supports changes to our everyday environments here at Concordia that can make the healthy choice the easy choice.

Schedule

Section 1
February 10, 2021, 09:30 - 11:00, Wed

Disclaimer: Available spots is an estimation.
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