2022 New Haven Go Red for Women Digital Experience "Health Equity for Women: Overcoming Obstacles to a Healthy Heart "
The Go Red for Women experience continues to be the cornerstone of the Go Red for Women movement in local communities. This empowering gathering focuses on preventing heart disease and stroke, sharing stories of people impacted by cardiovascular disease and raises critically needed funds to save more lives.
Cardiologists Josephine Chou, MD, and Meghana Rao Brito, MD, of Yale New Haven Health Heart and Vascular Center, will discuss the most recent guidelines for women and traditional risk factors for heart disease. The discussion will be led by event chair, Lisa Freed, MD, a cardiologist and director of the Women’s Heart and Vascular Program, Heart and Vascular Center, Yale New Haven Hospital.
The silent auction is ready to view and there are exciting items you won’t want to miss.
Bidding starts on Monday, February 7. Visit the auction website to see what items are available.
NIHJanine A. Clayton, MD, FARVOAssociate Director for Research on Women’s Health
Perelman School of MedicineJaya Aysola, MD, DTMH, MPHAssistant Dean of Inclusion and Diversity