Please note: This site refers to the work of the Center of Excellence via a grant from the federal Office on Women's Health 2007-2010, and should be considered out-of-date.


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About The Heart Truth
The Heart Truth is a national awareness and prevention campaign about heart disease in women sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). Read more ...

UWIN Clinic/Library Partnership wins promotion award at the 2009 meeting of the MidContinental Chapter of the Medical Library Association.

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Good Health Information at Your Library

Good Health Information at Your Library

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View TV spots for Good Health Information @ Your Library, 15 second spot (.mov), 30 second spot (.mov)

The Utah Women's Health Information Network (UWIN), is an interdisciplinary collaborative program between the University of Utah, Health Sciences Center, Center of Excellence in Women's Health partners, the Utah Department of Health, Association of Community Health Centers (AUCH) and Utah Navajo Health Systems Inc. UWIN became a reality in November, 2007 with receipt of a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to improve health care for Utah women.

The purpose of the UWIN project is to introduce and evaluate health interventions through community clinic projects which improve health and ultimately create systems change in women's health care in Utah.

- UWIN Project Overview (Kathleen Digre, M.D., UWIN Project Director)
- UWIN and Clinic Partnerships (Sarah Woolsey, M.D., Associate Medical Director, Salt Lake Community Health Centers)