Women in Public Health and Medicine (NPS)

Submitted by sshrestha on Wed, 2023-03-22 20:16

Women have always been central to the history of health and medicine. They have been doctors, nurses, midwives, activists, and public health experts. Women have worked to heal patients, study diseases, and improve access to health care. We honor the service of all health care workers. Here are just a few of the women who have shaped American health history and places associated with them:

Jasmine Zapata Named To Governor's Health Equity Council

Submitted by bduerst on Sun, 2021-02-14 23:53

In September of 2020, Jasmine Zapata was appointed to the Governor's Health Equity Council. She will be helping to address and eliminate health disparities throughout Wisconsin, specifically vocalizing and advocating for health inequities in pediatric care. 

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