I am honoured to be among the recipients of an award from #NAMS for my contribution in increasing awareness through the media to expand the knowledge and understanding of menopause. Congratulations to all award winners for their contributions. For a complete list of award recipients please click this link. http://www.menopause.org/annual-meetings/2018-meeting/award-scholarship-recipients
Honoured to be named a Catalyst by the Women’s Brain Health Initiative #womensbrains celebrating 5 Years raising awareness and
education on the importance of women’s brain health.
N THE NEWS- Dr. Brown talks about the importance of vaccinations to prevent spread of disease.
September 11, 2017
What women can do to lead healthy lives as they age
Medical science is catching up with the physiological differences that can affect a woman’s chances of developing a range of age-related diseases. Adriana Barton breaks down five things you can do to make sure you thrive as you age. See full article from the Globe and Mail.
Dr. Brown @medisysclinic talks about #HPV w/ Christine Bentley @whatshesaidtalk @jewell885 on breaking down the myths about HPV and why it’s on the rise http://bit.ly/2qkPnfO
Interview about why the HPV Vaccine saves lives:
Molly Sims, Camilla Belle, Anne Heche Think Female Brains Deserve Equality
LA Launch of Women’s Brain Health Initiative a huge success.
Pleased to take part in the successful launch of The Women’ Brain Health Initiative in Los Angeles.
Dr. Vivien Brown to help raise national awareness of woman’s health issues as the newly elected President of the Federation of Medical Women of Canada.
The voice of women doctors in Canada, the Federation of Medical Women of Canada, elected family physician and Vice-President Medical Affairs, Medisys Health, Dr. Vivien Brown, to a one year term as President of The Federation of Medical Women of Canada for a one year term at the Federation’s Annual General Meeting on September 25, 2015
The FMWC provides women physicians the opportunity to take part in initiatives concerning women’s health at local, national and international levels by developing leadership, education, networking, advocacy, mentoring and strategic alliances.
Dr. Brown’s focus will be on increasing the national conversation on issues affecting women’s health by advocating for a national HPV vaccine program for boys and men, encouraging women who do not have a regular family doctors to have a PAP test and working with the Canadian Cancer Society on a national wide HPV campaign.
Dr. Brown has been involved in the FMWC for years- most recently as President of the Toronto Chapter.
The FMWC has 17 local branches and is a national member of the Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA).
Faculty Advisory Board
McGill Medical School
In the News
Women of Influence Magazine
Pleased to take part on a cross-Canada Health Panel Road Show for Women of Influence. For Details see events page. For a copy of the articles on Health, Wellness, Genetic Testing and Brain Health, please feel free to contact me.
5 signs you should call in sick and stay home with your cold.
Cold season is here. Best Health Magazine asked Dr. Brown to give her best advice about when to stay at home with a cold. http://bit.ly/19CmRE5