Join us June 30! Our Community, Our Health: Women’s Heart Health

Published: June 2nd, 2016

Category: Uncategorized

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Did you know? Heart disease is the number one cause of death among women in the United States?


  • View the live streamed event HERE (Name and Email Required)

  • Register for the in-person UF viewing event HERE (We will be live streaming in the panel from University of Arkansas!)


HealthStreet – a community-engaged research initiative of the University of Florida Clinical and Translational Science Institute – and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Translational Research Institute are hosting the 7th national Our Community, Our Health event (OCOH) on women’s heart health. The OCOH town hall series facilitates two-way communication between researchers and community members across the country. We share ideas about priorities for health research and ways to communicate research findings and blends ideas for research from multiple stakeholders.

For this Our Community, Our Health on Women’s Heart Health, we will discuss:

  • Discuss how to recognize the risk of heart disease in women with a special focus on female specific symptoms
  • Discuss how to reduce risk individually and as a community
  • Discuss the importance of knowing your family medical history
  • Discuss how to talk to healthcare providers about heart health

Topic: Women’s Heart Health
Date: June 30, 2016
In-person local reception: 5:30 to 6 p.m. EST

Light Dinner and Beverages will be provided at 5:30 p.m.

Live Stream Format: 6 to 7 p.m. EST
Location: 2401 SW Archer Road, Gainesville, FL, 32608
Contact: (352) 294-4880


To learn more about our OCOH partner, UAMS, click here


Connect with us on Social Media!

Have questions before or during the town hall about women’s heart health? Tweet Us! Tweet to @UFHealthStreet or use the hashtag #CTSA or #OCOH to ask your questions.


Check out event resources for women’s heart health!

The following links are provided to help participants find related resources. The links do not imply endorsement by the agencies or organizations listed below.”