Upcoming Events & Talks


A Woman’s Guide to Healthy Aging-7 Proven Ways to Keep you Vibrant, Healthy & Strong is launched!!

I am pleased to announce publication of my book,
A Woman’s Guide to Healthy Aging – Seven essential ways to keep you vital, happy and strong.
Available on Amazon.ca on line or at Indigo http://bit.ly/2u4DOsJ

My book deals with issues that are specific to women as they grow older.  A women’s brain for instance, differs from the male one, with important implications for female brain health; heart disease is a different experience for women than it is for men.
I also sweep aside the myths and sales tricks that populate the Internet, and offer sensible advice, based on the latest scientific evidence, on controversial topics from hormone therapy to sensitive issues like sexual health and covers the seven most important areas for healthy aging in women; nutrition, exercise and sleep, brain health, immunizations and disease prevention, menopause, cardiac health, and osteoporosis.A portion of the book sales will be donated to the Women’s Brain Health Initiative.

A portion of the book sales will be donated to the Women’s Brain Health Initiative.

For all inquiries regarding Dr. Brown’s talks and Medisys Seminars please contact   416-364-3008  #2282

Sample of Speaking Engagements In October

Ottawa:  October 17th – 7:30am- 9am  -Cube Gallery @ 1285 Wellington St W Registration Closed
Toronto: October 19th – 5:00pm – 7:00pm  -The Adelaide Hotel   325 Bay Street Registration Closed Calgary: October 23rd – 7:30am – 9am – Le Germain Hotel @ 899 Centre Street SW Registration Open
Vancouver: October 24th – 7:30am – 9am Sutton Place Hotel 845 Burrard Street Registration Closed

October 22-Richmond Hill Keynote Speaker on Women’s Health at a fundraiser for
McKenzie Health Hospital in Richmond Hill 9 am-12 noon

HPV Vaccine Advocacy Events
I will be appearing in a Canadian Cancer Society video as a spokesperson & advocate to raise awareness
about the importance of the HPV vaccine in preventing cancers.

Dr. Brown spoke at a Women’s Thought Leadership event sponsored by Lisa Applegath, Investment Advisor and Portfolio Manager for The Applegath Group, CIBC Wood Gundy.   Here is her talk on creating and maintaining healthy and lasting positive lifestyle habits; versus simply making ‘resolutions’ that don’t tend to last.


Immunize Canada Task Force on Improving Adult Immunization Uptake in Canada


Women’s Brain Health Initiative
Launched in New York City!! Monday March  23.


Medisys Health Seminars

Inquire about our regular health seminars & on-site health seminars with Dr. Brown
333 Bay Street 15th Floor
Contact: mwallens@mjwcommunications.com
All are welcome. Admission is Complimentary

Recent Happenings 

@womenofinfluence luncheon with Premier Kathleen Wynne


Speaking on Adult Immunization in Canada, at the World Congress of Internal Medicine in Seoul, Korea.

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I was a featured guest on Extraordinary Women TV with host Shannon Skinner. Airing on  Rogers TV Cable 10 & 63 in Toronto/Scarborough with many repeats throughout the week. http://www.rogerstv.com/page.aspx?lid=12&rid=16&sid=5381

Meeting of the Federation of Medical Women of Canada Toronto Chapter( www. fmw.ca ) Committed to the professional, social and personal advancement of women physicians and promoting well-being of women.  re-edit dr


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