Monday, July 29, 2013

What Is WHEP?


The school year will soon be back in full swing and some of you may be new to this blog and wondering…What is the Women’s Health Education Program (WHEP)?  Nationally recognized, WHEP introduces students to women’s health and gender issues that are pertinent to their medical education. The program seeks to improve gender competency of medical students and have a positive impact on the community through research, education and outreach.  There are options for involvement at almost every stage of your medical school career here at Drexel and all specialties are welcome! Some options include:
-Women’sHealth Pathway and Electives for 4th year students.
Get Involved! All of these are opportunities to diversify your experience as medical students and provide valuable information that can be applied in your everyday life. Remember: It is not just for Ob/Gyn students and women! There is something for everyone at WHEP!

To learn more about the program clink on the link below:

For more information, please contact Simuelle Myers, our academic coordinator at simuelle.myers@drexelmed.edu




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  2. Great blog you've got here. I believe that women's health is one of the most important things out there. We women make children and if we are not healthy, how is our offspring supposed to turn out healthy?

    Mia |Women's Health in Richmond

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    1. Thanks! There are so many important dimensions to women's health, childbirth included. Upcoming we will be talking about many WH topics!

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