3152.0: Monday, November 13, 2000: 2:30 PM-4:00 PM

Women's Health Movement: Then & Now (A National Women's Health Network Panel)

Building on 25 years of activism, the National Women's Health Network presents this panel examining a series of women's health issues across the quarter century since the organization was founded. Pairing presenters giving a historical perspective with those looking at current controversies and activism, the panel will address a broad range of women's health issues including reproductive rights, sexuality, access to quality health care and health care reform. This panel will celebrate the accomplishments of the women's health movement and show how the early work of feminist activists continues to affect women today. It will also include presentations on current women's health issues, demonstrating the living legacy of the history as well as the innovations and new challenges facing activists today
See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement.
Learning Objectives: Refer to the individual abstracts for learning objectives
Organizer(s):Amy Allina
2:30 PMSterilization abuse: Better policies, better information, better health care
Helen Rodriguez-Trias, MD
2:50 PMQuinacrine sterilization: A global controversy comes home
To Be Determined
3:10 PMFeminists transform the male model of human sexuality
Rebecca Chalker, MA
3:30 PMIntegrating sexuality and spirituality: Positive visions for the future
Gina Ogden, PhD
Sponsor:Women's Caucus
Cosponsors:Disability Forum; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Caucus of Public Health Workers; Social Work; Socialist Caucus

The 128th Annual Meeting of APHA