How do I add an event?
In order to add an event, an organization must register. Registration is quick and easy and allows you to add events and place orders for free products. After you register, you can add an event.
What types of events can I add?
Any event related to Women's Health can be added to our website. Local, nationwide, or online events can all be added to our event list. Get more event ideas in our planning guide Ideas for Celebrating National Women's Health Week (PDF, 124 KB).
Why can't I add an event that is before April 8 or after June 30, 2013?
National Women's Health Week is May 12–18, 2013. We are only accepting events that occur between April 8 and June 30.
I submitted an event but it doesn't appear on the website. Why not?
Before an event can be displayed on our site, it must be reviewed and approved first. Event review and approval can take up to 3 business days to complete. You will receive an automated email when your event is reviewed. Sometimes after reviewing an event, we cannot approve it. If we did not approve your event, you will find notes from the event reviewer in the Help section at the bottom of your My Account page.
Can I still register a proclamation for National Women's Health Week?
Yes! We encourage all organizations to register official proclamations as an event, and to send a copy of the proclamation to Henrietta Terry by email or mail.
If you have questions about proclamations, please call Henrietta Terry at 202-205-1952.
- Email: Henrietta.Terry@hhs.gov
- Mailing address:
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Office on Women's Health
200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, DC 20201
Due to budget constraints, we are not able to mail publications or other products for NWHW this year.
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Content last updated April 15, 2013.