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The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and the Center of Excellence in Women's Health are co-sponsoring a half-day conference focused on sex and gender differences research and women's health. Please consider participating by submitting an abstract proposal.
Carolyn M. Clancy, M.D., was appointed Assistant Deputy Under Secretary for Health (ADUSH) for Quality, Safety and Value (QSV) for the Department of Veterans Affairs, August 25, 2013.
Dr. Clancy, a general internist and health services researcher, is a graduate of Boston College and the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Following clinical training in internal medicine, Dr. Clancy was a Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. Before joining AHRQ in 1990, she was also an assistant professor in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Medical College of Virginia.
Does your research consider sex differences or gender differences as regards health? Have you discovered different health outcomes for men and women?
If so, the University of Utah Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and Center of Excellence in Women's Health invite you to submit an abstract for InfoFair 2014: Women's Health, Sex and Gender Research Conference.
This symposium is an opportunity for researchers, clinicians, and students to present their work and network with others. The event will include a keynote speaker, a panel discussion, and a poster session. Abstracts relating to any of the 7 Domains of Health should be submitted. The seven domains of health are physical, social, mental/emotional, intellectual, environmental, financial and spiritual health. All abstracts will be considered for both the panel discussion and poster session, unless you notify us otherwise.
For examples of research fitting the theme of InfoFair 2014, please see the Specialized Centers of Research (SCOR) on Sex Differences.
Abstracts should not exceed 250 words and should follow this structure: Objective, Methods, Results, Conclusions. All text to be in Times New Roman 12 point font. Submissions should include a separate sheet with full name, affiliation, faculty sponsor (for students), email address and phone number.
Send by email as a file attachment with the subject line Abstract-InfoFair2014 to Leanne Johnston; 801-585-9971.
Sponsored by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and the Center of Excellence in Women's Health.
Snyder Lecture funding provided by the Clifford C. Snyder, M.D. and Mary Snyder endowment.
Page updated: Thu, 2014-06-05