[Registration Closed] Think W-Wellness Kickoff Event to Be Held With Support From HGPI – “Making Society a Friendlier Place for Everyone Through Better Women’s Health Literacy” (February 20, 2023)
date : 1/30/2023
Tags: Women's Health
Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI) is supporting Think W-Wellness Kickoff Event “Making Society a Friendlier Place for Everyone Through Better Women’s Health Literacy” which is scheduled to be held on Monday, February 20, 2023 and hosted by the Asahi Shimbun Company.
The “Data on Working Women and Health” on the website (Japanese only) refers to the results of our public opinion surveys “Survey on Health Promotion and Working Women 2016” and “Survey on Health Promotion and Working Women 2018”.
*Application deadline for on-site participants: Monday, February 6, 2023
■About Think W-Wellness
Think W-Wellness is a new project from the Asahi Shimbun Company that was launched in 2023 to achieve the mission of “Make society a friendlier place for everyone through better women’s health literacy.” In addition to achieving better health for both women and men, this vision also aims to go beyond the individual level and achieve better health for companies and for society. Together with companies, experts, and business professionals who have pledged their support for this mission, we will work to “Make society a friendlier place for everyone through better women’s health literacy” by formulating plans for better literacy on health concerns that are specific to women with our sights set on making society a place where it is the norm for companies to take part in efforts for this issue (from the Asahi Shimbun Company website).
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