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                                Welcome to the archives of Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence.

                                PWHCE closed its doors in March 2013, as federal funds supporting its infrastructure were discontinued. This website is intended to make PWHCE projects and materials available until 2023. Thank you to all of the dedicated people whose collaboration and support made this work possible.

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                                Rethinking Women and Healthy Living in Canada
                                A. Pederson, M.J. Haworth-Brockman, B. Clow, H. Isfeld and A. Liwander. Editors
                                The report, funded by Health Canada, is intended to generate an understanding of women and healthy living and to contribute to the development of evidence-informed responses to addressing challenges related to healthy living for women in Canada.
                                More information.

                                Rising to the Challenge: Sex and Gender-Based Analysis for Health Planning, Policy and Research in Canada
                                B. Clow, A. Pederson, M. Haworth-Brockman, and J.Bernier

                                Rising to the Challenge is a book that describes the process of sex- and gender-based analysis and offers a collection of case studies and commentaries that illustrate SGBA in action. More information.

                                SGBA Online...
                                A fun and interactive experience with opportuntities to practice and apply SGBA. Includes tutorials, the core concepts and process of sex- and gender-based analysis (SGBA).
                                Click here to go to website.


                                Annual Reports
                                Our Annual Reports can be found online here.

                                 




                                   
                                Women and Poverty
                                Working together to improve women's health by reducing women's poverty

                                Gender and Health Planning
                                Considering gender in health planning, programming and policy

                                Rural, Remote and Northern Women's Health
                                Including women in rural, remote and northern communities

                                Aboriginal Women's Health
                                Understanding the health and health issues of Aboriginal women.