WISEWOMAN


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WISEWOMANWell–Integrated Screening and Evaluation for Women Across the Nation (US CDC)
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This case study describes the implementation of "Be Wise," the LSI for the Illinois WISEWOMAN program (IWP), at a federally funded community health center.
One of the past year's 160 WISEWOMAN patients was diagnosed with breast cancer; thankfully, her treatment was covered by the program.
DHDSP was formed from merging the cardiovascular health program from NCCDPHP's Division of Adult and Community Health and the WISEWOMAN Program from the center's Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity.
Educational efforts, such as the WISEWOMAN program and Go Red for Women campaign, have been successful in promoting awareness.
Currently, these women have access to such screening in only 14 states (through the Centers for Disease Control's WISEWOMAN program).
For instance, in Cynthia's Revels, acted by the Children of the Queen's Chapel at the Black-friars in 1600, Moria says: "I would wish to be a wisewoman, and know all the secrets of court, citie, and countrie.
The author's happenstance finding of this sage-femme or "wisewoman" fuels her imagination to create a complex web of characters living the quotidian ignominy of slavery and its attendant cruelty and violence.
Turning to a wisewoman selling tamales outside the church, Soledad asked for advice to end her pain.
Don Milvio eventually renounces the priesthood, confiding a secret wisewoman Zelmira reveals in the concluding appendix (115-17; 149-50): his loss of this faith.
Wisewoman Herbal for the Childbearing Year by Susun Weed for Western herbal helps
* The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has sponsored Statewide Partnerships in Women's Health that have begun a new prevention initiative entitled WISEWOMAN. Three Statewide Partnerships in Women's Health grantees (Alaska, North Carolina, and Vermont) have WISEWOMAN programs in their States.