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2011 Shelby County Women's Health Report Card

Health Report CardCROW has long been dedicated to supporting the advancement of women and girls in the Memphis community.  One way we do this by providing research support to local agencies that work directly with women and girls in the Memphis area. In addition to research support, CROW also works to address issues such as women and childcare, infant mortality, and pregnant and parenting teens.

Now we have taken it a step further.  In an effort to assess the health of women in Shelby County, CROW partnered with the Women's Foundation for a Greater Memphis and the Ozanne Customer Analytics Group of West Haven, Connecticut to create a health report card. Using the most current data available, grades were given in areas such as  reproductive health, preventative medical practices, and chronic illness. Grades were assessed using the national Healthy People 2020* goals.

Take a moment and read through the 2011 Shelby County Women's Health Report Card

*healthypeople.gov/2020/default.aspx

2013 Tennessee Women's Health Report Card

Vanderbilt Women's Health Report Card

Click here to read the newly released 2013 Tennessee Women's Health Report Card from Vanderbilt Institute for Medicine and Public Health Women's Health Research. 


For more information on the health report card contact research associate Ace Madjlesi at fmdjlesi@memphis.edu


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