Ongoing Outreach, Education & Collaboration
In addition to our collaboration with select members of industry who seek to advance and refine technologies related to endometriosis care and treatment, the CEC is always pleased to support a number of carefully chosen educational, non-profit and charitable endeavors, in keeping with the scope of our vision to improve the lives of all those affected by this disease. If your organization would like the Center for Endometriosis to give educational lectures at or otherwise participate in/support your event(s), please contact us to discuss further. We regret we cannot offer monetary support, but are always happy to review ways in which we can collaborate.
Of foremost importance to us, always, is the dedicated care of our patients, who afford us the most incredible trust, privilege and honor to have a hand in their endometriosis treatment. We celebrate your incredible resilience, strength and inspiration year ’round – not just during March Awareness Month.
The Center for Endometriosis Care is honored to be included among the world’s leading experts on endometriosis in the newly released, award winning documentary, EndoWhat? Please visit the documentary website to learn more.
Examples of Some Past Events:
- World Premiere & Expert Panel (NYC) and Atlanta Premiere & Expert Panel of the EndoWhat? Documentary Screening; don’t miss the upcoming New England Premiere & CME Expert Panel this coming September; this event will also launch a School Nurse Endometriosis Education Program!
- 5th Annual Visiting Professor, University of Calgary & Alberta Health Services
- Connecting Patients, Industry & Physicians: Maximizing Engagement & Benefits through a Collaborative & Social Media Approach, Philadelphia, PA
- Endometriosis: the Critical Importance of Timely Diagnosis, Effective Management & Patient-Centered Care – a Multidisciplinary Approach, Dublin, Ireland
- Menstruation Matters: Period! A Public Education Campaign Whose Time Has Not Yet Come, Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA
- The State of Pharma Social Media: a Health Activist Perspective, Philadelphia, PA
- Sky’s the Limit: a Look Towards the Horizon in Social Media for Pharma & Industry, New York City, New York
- Harnessing Social Media to Maximize Engagement through Collaborative, Patient-centric Strategies, Miami, FL
- More than Just Killer Cramps: Endometriosis Education in a Culture of Menstrual Misinformation, Boston, MA
- Endometriosis: a Multidisciplinary Approach, Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, North Carolina
- Endometriosis – an Inside Look, CHI Franciscan Health, Tacoma, WA 2014
- Inconceivable: Endometriosis, Pain & Infertility, Syracuse, NY
- Strategic Communications for Healthcare, Orlando, FL
- Endometriosis: Working Together to Make a Positive Difference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Harnessing the Power of the Patient, New York City, NY
- Endometriosis: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis & Management – Making a Positive Difference in the Lives of our Patients, NY State Board of Education, Practical Nurse Program, NY
- The Menstrual Cycle as a Key Component of Women’s Health, Marymount University, New York City, NY
- Endometriosis: Through the Eyes of a Patient, OmniGuide Surgical, San Diego, CA
- Patient Engagement, Support & Adherence Summit: Innovations, Trends & Lessons Learned, NYC, NY
- Shortfalls, Missteps & Fails: Industry & Pharma Social Media Campaigns that Flopped, Philadelphia, PA
- More than Just “Killer Cramps” – the Burden of Endometriosis, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Endometriosis: What Policymakers Need to Know – a Legislative Toolkit, Washington, DC
Juneau Biosciences features: Putting an End to Endo
TopDoctor Radio (podcast now available)
The Gyno Show Radio
The Gyno Show Radio
“Saturday Mornings with Joy Keys”
Bourbon, Bowties & Pearls: a Fundraising & Awareness Event for Endometriosis, Louisville, KY
Endometriosis Network Canada Presents: 2nd Biennial Endometriosis Symposium
See also http://www.facebook.com/TheEndoNetwork
University of Houston / Elizabeth D. Rockwell Pavilion
We were delighted to hold a series of private meetings at the University with many of the globe’s leading researchers, including world-renowned scientist Jan-Åke Gustafsson, Director of the Center for Nuclear Receptors & Cell Signaling, in order to promote and discuss collaborative efforts in endometriosis.