The Canadian Women's Health Network is a non-profit organization with a commitment to improving the health of women and girls across Canada, and to making sure women's voices are heard at all levels of government.
In this spirit, we create Network magazine, the official bilingual and biannual publication of the Canadian Women's Health Network. We have just completed a new issue of this publication and we would like to offer you free bulk copies (15, 50, 150, or more copies, as you need) for distribution amongst your members and networks.
The magazine we have available to for you now is the Spring/Summer 2008 issue. It includes the following feature articles:
- Feeling the heat: Women's health in a changing climate
- Evidence for caution: Women and statin use
- The HPV vaccine, one year later
- Charter challenge on drugs ads: A challenge in the wrong direction
- Labels, laws and access to health care: How history affects health-care access for First Nations and Métis women
- Cherchez la femme ...in minority francophone communities
- Barbara Seaman (1935-2008): Pioneer in the women's health movement
- Status positive: Supporting women immigrants and refugees with HIV/AIDS
- 'Women-CARE' in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside
- Highs & lows: Canadian perspectives on women and substance use
- -- and more.
Just let us know how many copies of this magazine you would like, and where you would like them sent, and we will happily ship them to with no cost to you: Marie-Claire MacPhee, Communications Assistant, Canadian Women's Health Network, firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.cwhn.ca.