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Dr. Clayton and ORWH in the News Archive



  • Global Health Matters External Web Site Policy
    Dr. Clayton answers questions about the role of gender in global health research in this issue of Global Health Matters, NIH’s Fogarty International Center’s newsletter. (September 2013)
  • Women’s Health — Respect at Last External Web Site Policy
    Dr. Clayton and other women’s health advocates discuss issues pertinent to the expanding field of women’s health. (September-October 2013)
  • Congressional Briefing: What’s Ailing America? Shorter Lives, Poorer Health External Web Site Policy
    This issue of COSSA Washington Update features expert discussion relating to the report, U.S. Health in International Perspective: Shorter Lives, Poorer Health, including Dr. Clayton’s reflections on how the findings and research recommendations relate to women in America. (October 7, 2013)
  • An Eye on Gender and Health External Web Site Policy
    In the Johns Hopkins University Arts & Sciences Magazine, alum Dr. Clayton talks about her path to becoming an advocate for women’s health. (Spring 2013)
  • Women’s Health: More than ‘Bikini Medicine’ External Web Site Policy
    On National Public Radio’s “Tell Me More” with Michel Martin, Dr. Clayton discusses the changing field of women’s health and how it’s much broader than reproductive health. (March 25, 2013)
  • The Drug-Dose Gender Gap External Web Site Policy
    Studies have shown that women respond differently than men to many drugs, from aspirin to anesthesia. Dr. Clayton emphasizes that there is much to be learned and that the case of zolpidem is just the “tip of the iceberg.” (January 28, 2013)
This page last reviewed on December 30, 2014

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