Join us for our annual event about women’s health featuring Johns Hopkins Medicine faculty.
Each year, the A Woman’s Journey health symposium offers relevant women’s health information delivered by Johns Hopkins Medicine experts who are at the forefront of medical advancements and research across various medical specialties.
At Johns Hopkins All Children’s, we know healthy women support healthy, thriving families, which is why we’re committed to helping women across our region learn, share and explore the latest in health care topics.
This empowering one-day program offers the opportunity to learn about a wide variety of women’s health issues from renowned Johns Hopkins faculty physicians.
Tickets for the 2019 event are $75 per person, or $600 for a table of eight. Breakfast and presentations are included in the fee.
Event Registration and Locations
Tampa - Registration link coming soon!
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Raymond James Stadium, West Club
St. Petersburg - SOLD OUT!
Thursday, March 28, 2019
8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
The James Museum of Western & Wildlife Art
Sarasota - Registration link coming soon!
Friday, March 29, 2019
7:45 - 10:45 a.m.
*Registrations must be received by Wednesday, March 20, 2019.
Gifts made during the event will benefit the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Fetal Care Program, which seeks to provide seamless care for high-risk expectant mothers while improving the long-term outcomes for both mothers and their babies.
For more information about this year's events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2019 Event Speakers and Topics
Thrive to Survive
New evidence documents the effectiveness of exercise in improving blood sugar, cholesterol, cardiovascular risks, memory and even glaucoma. Discover exercises women need to incorporate into our lives to remain healthy and live well with physiatrist Marlís Gonzaléz-Fernandéz.
New Things You Should Know About Your Brain
Neurologist Justin McArthur presents advances in the first use of gene-based treatments for neurodegenerative disorders, new migraine treatments, risk factors of dementia that may influence who develops Alzheimer’s disease and the newest interventions to remove clots in the brain’s blood vessels.
Coping with Life: Why Managing Stress is So Important
Stress can bring unwanted distress, both physically and emotionally. It can elevate your stress hormone, cortisol, increasing your risk of diseases, including depression. Learn about warning signs suggesting that stress has overtaken your life and how to minimize its negative impact with psychiatrist Karen Swartz.
Q & A
Moderated by otolaryngologist and facial-plastic surgeon Lisa Ishii.
About A Woman’s Journey
More than 20 years ago, two remarkable Baltimoreans approached Johns Hopkins Medicine with an idea that would affect the lives of thousands of women. Both survivors of cancer, Mollye Block and Harriet Legum wanted to empower women to make effective health care decisions for themselves and those they love. Johns Hopkins Medicine accepted their challenge. The result has been a powerful health conference, A Woman's Journey. Since 1995, this one-of-a-kind health education program has annually offered seminars—all taught by Johns Hopkins faculty physicians and scientists.
Learn more about A Woman’s Journey