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Leaders from Canada, United States, and United Kingdom Announce Global Alliance on Women’s Brain Health

http://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/leaders-from-canada-united-states-and-united-kingdom-announce-global-alliance-on-womens-brain-health-537059151.html

 

RECENT PUBLISHED ARTICLES

A primer on the hormone free interval for combined oral contraceptives.
CMRO Current Medical Research and Opinion September 15, 2015
Brian A. Hauck & Vivien Brown
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1185/03007995.2015.108298

Adult pneumococcal immunization
Canadian Family Physician September 2015
Pamela Liao  MD NCMP & Vivien Brown MD CM CCFP FCFP NCMP
http://www.cfp.ca/content/61/9/763.full

 

Medisys Health Group –http://www.medisys.ca
Medisys is a fully integrated national healthcare service that focuses on
both corporate and personal needs. We use our medical knowledge and
expertise to help companies become proactive about their employees’ health so
that they can be their best at work and at home.

We offer a wide variety of services such as executive health assessments,
pre-employment assessments and wellness programs, and any other services
designed to meet your specific challenges. Imagine healthcare, only
simpler!
Medisys offices are located in Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Ottawa,
Calgary and Vancouver.

Osteolink 
http://www.osteolink.org/
The International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF) is a global non-governmental not-for-profit organization dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis and related musculoskeletal diseases.

The Women’s Brain Health Initiative (WBHI)
http://www.womensbrainhealth.org
WHBI is dedicated to raising funds for research and education in women’s aging brains.

 

 

2 thoughts on “Links

  1. Good afternoon Dr. Brown – I was reading an article on probiotics health and read your name in the reference page as the lead published researcher so I Googled your bio. As a leading researcher on women’ health issues, I want to ask you for information concerning the areas of post menopause (hormones and blood pressure specifically) and incontinence.
    Thank you so much for relaying any of your most up to date research articles.

    1. Thank you for your comments. I am not a primary researcher, but rather a family doctor focused on advocacy and education.
      The areas of your interest are well covered by the North American Menopause Society on their academic and unbiased website.
      http://www.menopause.org. I believe their guidelines on hormone therapy and its impact was just published in the last month. It is a composite guideline with all the expert review and research behind each statement.
      I trust that is helpful and best wishes in your efforts.
      Dr. Vivien Brown

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