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Schedule:
"The Unique Health Needs Of Young Women"

2004 Schedule includes:
"Caring, Connecting and Communicating:
A Holistic Approach to Young Women's Health"

April 14, 2004 at 7pm at Masconomet Regional High School Auditorium, Exit 51 off Route 95, MA.
Co-sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Branches of Danvers-Topsfield and North Shore; and Masconomet Regional Middle and High School Parents Advisory Council(PAC).

For parents of young women going to college; Dana Hall School, Wellesley, MA: The Missing Piece of College Preparation: Young Women's Health.

Comprehensive Program with the Beverly School Department, Beverly, MA.

2003 Schedule includes:
Rye Middle School, Rye, NH. For parents, professionals and other adults-who-care. Young Women's Health at Risk September 11, 2003 at 7 pm.

American Association of University Women (AAUW) National Conference, Providence, RI. Pre-Conference Institute on Women's Health, June 2003.

National School-Based Health Care Convention, Reston, VA. Contemporary Interventions for the School-Based Practitioner, June 2003.

Atlanta, GA. For Mentors and Young Women Girls' Health at Risk: What we can do. DHHS/Office of Women Region IV Conference, June 2003.

Atlanta, GA. Application in the Workplace. The American Occupational Health Conference (AOHC), May 2003. Virginia Graves is scheduled to speak on Tuesday, May 6, at a Lunch and Learn Session for the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN).

Dana Hall School, Wellesley, MA: The Missing Piece of College Preparation: Young Women's Health February 2002.

Teachers being mentored at Beverly High School, Beverly, MA April 2003.

2002 Schedule includes:
Woman to Woman: an evening for Mothers and Daughters at Beverly High School Library, Beverly, MA, November 2002.

City-wide School Nurses Workshop, Beverly, MA Novemebr 2002.

Keynote speaker at Annual Board Meeting of the Malden YWCA in MA, October 2002.

Comprehensive HS Women's Health Program sponsored by the Beverly School Department, Beverly, MA. Includes: Evening for parents of girls, programs for students and staff as well as a Cable Television Show for parents whose daughters are going to college.

2002 National Young Women's Health Summit sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health held in Washington, DC, July 31st through August 3rd. Virginia presented during a "Working Breakfast for Parents" as well as facilitating workshops with parents, mentors and/or young women themselves.

MIT's Medical Department Annual Nursing Conference "Unique Health Needs of College Age Women", June 14.

Parenting Program, "Eating in a Healthy Way" Gloucester HES Prevention, Gloucester, MA, June 3.

Girls Inc of Lynn, MA “Girls Get S.M.A.R.T. Summit” co-sponsored by the AAUW. Also, for the Bridges Program, "Healthy Decisions".

Emmanuel College Community Reception for mentors and advanced nursing students- Keynote Speaker. Boston, MA, April 9.

University of New Hampshire- Pediatric Nursing Students, April 3.

2002 Women's History Month: "As far as health, how do young women today fare?

Radio Interview FM 104.9 WBACH 7-7:20am, March 7.

Landmark School, Beverly, MA, "Taking Care of Yourself (and encouraging others to do the same): Eating in a Healthy Way", March 12 and 13.

York College, PA, March 21:

  • Training Workshop for R.A.s/Peer Leaders
  • Evening Workshop "Staying Healthy at College: What Every College Woman Should Know"
  • Lecture Women's Studies Class-"Contemporary Issues in Young Women's Health"

    Masconomet School Luncheon Workshop for middle school age girls, March 26 .

    "Keeping Connected" Mother-Daughter Health Workshop, YMCA, Gloucester, MA, January 12 and 19.

    Past presentations include:

    NPACE National Conference for Nurse Practitioners, Boston, MA
    "Unique Health Needs of College Age Women", 11/17/01.

    "Advertising and the High School Student: Media Literacy" co-ed class at Gloucester High School, Gloucester, MA, 9/21/01.

    Annual Partners in Perinatal Care Conference at the Worchester Centrum, MA "A Multi-Cultural Approach: Health Needs of Young Women:" for those working in Women's Health, 5/1/01.

    The Nursing Spectrum Career Fitness Expo, Burlington Marriott, Burlington, MA, "Creating Nursing Interventions for a High Risk Group: Young Women's Health", 3/15/01.

    "Taking Care of Yourself (and encouraging others to do the same)"
    For Taunton High School students, 4/6/01.

    For more information contact DoubleSunrise, Inc:
    adm@doublesunrise.com
    1-800-449-0013
    PO Box 226, Beverly, MA 01915

    Update: 9/10/03


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