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Beyond male bias in occupational health  
http://www.cwhn.ca/sites/default/files/PDF/Healthsharing/1985_Healthsharing_Vol_6_No_3_Summer.pdf

In this article, Debbie Field speaks with Stan Gray of the Hamilton Workers’ Occupational Health and Safety Centre. Discusses how the centre responds to reproductive workplace hazards. 

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Published: 1985
Quick reference guide to family planning research  
http://www.fhi.org/NR/rdonlyres/expzrgf7ns2mb4fvr5ipo5w4fisq4cgxqkgahxntmoybur4a7y4y3wli4ut4oxbnp4zjgm4rgbzzub/QuickReferenceGuideFPresearch2010.pdf

The Quick Reference Guide, a snapshot of the most-up-to-date findings on a range of family planning topics, is part of FHI's efforts to incorporate research and programmatic findings more widely into policies and programs in order to improve family planning and reproductive health services.

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Published: 2010
Science fiction/science fact  
http://www.cwhn.ca/sites/default/files/PDF/Healthsharing/1985_Healthsharing_Vol_6_No_4_Fall.pdf

This article explores the blurred narratives within science fiction and science practice. 

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Published: 1985
Got a cervix? get a pap: campaign encourages lesbian, bisexual and trans people to get tested  
http://www.cwhn.ca/en/node/42112

Lesbian and bisexual women and trans people are less likely to get pap tests according to Statistics Canada.  A working group called the Queer Women's Health Initiative was formed and the Check it Out campaign was created to encourage queer people to access pap tests.

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Published: Spring/Summer 2010
PID: the silent epidemic  
http://www.cwhn.ca/sites/default/files/PDF/Healthsharing/1986_Healthsharing_Vol_7_No_2_Spring.pdf

This article seeks to unmask the extent and prevalence of Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. Lists indicators, symptoms and various causes and methods of prevention of PID. 

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Published: 1986
A summary of the "so what?" report: a look at whether integrating a gender focus into programmes makes a difference to outcomes  
http://www.who.int/gender/documents/gender/so_what_report_summary/en/index.html

This summary of the full 'So what' report of 2004 provides policy-makers and programme mangers with four recommendations as to how to integrate gender concerns into reproductive health programmes. It highlights interventions that have had a positive impact on reproductive health outcomes, whether by exploiting, accommodating or transforming gender inequities, in four categories: maternal morbidity and mortality, unintended pregnancy, STIs/HIV/AIDS and quality of care.

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Published: July 2005
Visions for women’s reproductive care: interview with two health activists  
http://www.cwhn.ca/sites/default/files/PDF/Healthsharing/1988_Healthsharing_Vol_9_No_2_Spring.pdf

This article shares an interview with two health activists about development in the pro-choice struggle and the fight to legalize midwifery. Discuss the importance of shared visions and the complexities of balancing short and long-term strategies to achieve fundamental change. 


 

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Published: 1988
Assisted Human Reproduction: Getting a clearer picture  
http://www.cwhn.ca/PDF/FQPN-CWHN-ART-final.pdf

The goal of this brochure is to raise collective awareness of the issues involved with assisted reproductive technologies in terms of health, certainly, but also in terms of social, economic and ethical issues.

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Published: 2008
Sex and punishment : the politics of cervical cancer  
http://www.cwhn.ca/sites/default/files/PDF/Healthsharing/1992_Healthsharing_Vol_13_No_2_Summer_Fall.pdf

This article maintains that the question of what causes cervical cancer has profound implication for women's health. Discusses the necessary move for medical researchers to broaden their approach to the causation of cervical cancer to take into account the complex social and environmental influences on women's lives. 



 


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Published: 1992
Women and Health  
http://www.un.org/womenwatch/beijing15/WHOOnlineDiscussionReport_280210.pdf

Part of a series of United Nations online discussions dedicated to the fifteen-year review of the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1995) and the outcomes of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly (2000),

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Published: January 2010