News & Events
The National Center for Health Research promotes the health and safety of women, men, children, and families — all kinds of families.
June 12th, 2014 Hill Briefing — Reforming the FDA: The Impact of Proposed Changes on Patients and Health Policy
Is FDA too fast or too slow? Patients, a Harvard physician, and an AIDS activist will discuss how recent FDA changes affect patients and your health at a briefing in the US Senate on June 12 at 10 am. Find more information here.
June 13th, 2014 Conference: “Evidence for New Medical Products: Implications for Patients and Health Policy”
A video of this groundbreaking conference, which we co-hosted with Harvard and AAAS, is now available! Below you will find keynote speakers Representative Rosa DeLauro and FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg. To view full recordings from the entire day, please click here.
We hosted our annual Foremother Awards Luncheon at the beautiful Mayflower Hotel. To view a list of our honorees, see our invitation. Log in to Facebook to see photos of this event on our page, the National Center for Health Research!
Cancer Prevention & Treatment 5K Run/Walk
We will be holding our 5th annual Cancer Prevention & Treatment 5K Run/Walk in Washington, DC in September 2014. You don’t have to be local to participate this year! With our virtual race and two fundraising challenges, there are many ways to get involved. Details will be provided soon!
Lunches on Health Issues
Every July we hold an informal lunch for interns. The 2014 lunch was just held on July 18 and discussed “Attaining Perfection: What Do Women Pay for the Perfect Body?”. Lesley Fair of the Federal Trade Commission and NCHR’s own Diana Zuckerman presented at this event.
These lunches are free but reservations are required. To get on our lunch invitation list, please email us at: email@example.com.
Volunteers and Interns
The Voice for Women & Families
Our newsletter, The Voice for Women & Families, is mailed to donors and is available on our website. It provides useful health information on topics such as stress, weight loss, toxic chemicals in plastic containers and toys, and hormone therapy. View the most recent issue of our latest newsletter. For previous newsletters, click here.