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National Networks on Environment and Women's Health (NNEWH) website; in particular the section on Chemical Exposures and Women's Health: www.nnewh.org
Chemical Exposure and Plastics Production: Issues for Women's Health: A Review of Literature, prepared by Robert Dematteo, NNEWH, December 2011.
For more information on these initiatives, check the websites of NNEWH (www.nnewh.org) and CWHN (www.cwhn.ca) for updates.
Believing that women have not only a historical and spiritual relationships with water, as well as potentially different effects on their health, the researchers developing the website decided to further the discussion on women and Canadian water policy by creating a central online location for information on the topic, featuring research from NNEWH, the Women's Health Contribution Program, and key outside sources.
In summer 2010 NNEWH will release the next volume in the Women & Water in Canada series on the gendered implications of chronic exposures to pharmaceuticals and disinfection by-products.
This research was completed in partnership with the National Network on Environments and Women's Health (NNEWH), www.nnewh.org
A new report commissioned by the National Coordinating Group on Health Care Reform and Women (NCGHCRW) and the National Network on Environments and Women's Health (NNEWH) argues that quality of health care across Canada is being threatened by new labour practices which treat certain workers as unimportant to good care.
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