Navigating your ever-changing health needs; helping you understand what you need to know to continue to feel your best in every phase of your life.
Navigating your ever-changing health needs for the many phases of a woman’s life can sometimes be challenging. Come prepared to have an open conversation about what you need to know to continue to feel your best in every phase of your life. We will cover:
Jean Marie McGowan, MD was born & raised in Brooklyn, NY. She obtained a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience from the SUNY at Binghamton in 2008. She attended the American University of the Caribbean for medical school where the first 2 years were located on the beautiful, friendly island of St Maarten. She completed clinicals all over NYC & the UK before going back to the AUC to teach 1ST & 2ND year medical students. In 2013, she started Internal Medicine residency at the University of North Dakota in Fargo. After falling in love with this midwestern community, she stayed to partner with Sanford to build a strong & comprehensive clinic to improve health care for women. When not working, Jean Marie runs, (for fun) & sings. She tries to travel when she can but her most favorite time is giving belly rubs to her incredibly smart, loving maltipoo, Minnie.
Siri Thaden, RN Care Manager served as Miss Minnesota 2012 with her personal mission of women’s heart disease prevention and health education. She was the public ambassador for the Lillehei Heart Institute, media spokesperson for the Minnesota Department of Health's Statewide Health Improvement Program, and conducted research with women’s cardiac supports groups at the Minneapolis Heart Institute. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Minnesota School of Nursing and became a Registered Nurse and certified Public Health Nurse. Her interest in radio lead her to host shows in Minneapolis and Fargo, but her desire to help women on a personal level brought her to Sanford. She now serves as an RN Care Manager at Sanford Health, writer for Area Woman Magazine, and co-chair of the Nursing Research Council at Sanford.
Dr. Jean Marie McGowan and Siri Thaden, RN Care Manager are speaking at the Women's Health Conference on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Delta by Marriott. Tickets are $75.
Catch two of our #WHCFargo 2018 speakers, together in a podcast all about self-love and living your best life. Randi Kay interviews Danielle LaPorte.
Danielle shares her #Truthbombs on being your own best friend, the life-saving reasons for self-care practices and the importance of knowing your core desires. http://bit.ly/2AYc6FL
Danielle LaPorte and Randi Kay are speaking at the Women's Health Conference on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Delta by Marriott. Tickets are $75.
Forget about balance and get CLARITY and a PLAN!
We can’t get rid of all stress, and we wouldn’t want to even if we could. Our bodies’ natural reaction to stress is what gives us a boost to get the job done, but too much stress can cause problems for the heart. Stress-Proof Your Heart uncovers the real causes of stress (hint: the answer might surprise you) and provides real-world, immediately implementable strategies to protect your heart.
Recognizing stress as an essential and often under-addressed risk factor, Wellness expert
Eliz Greene conducted a research study on job stress. She will reveal insights using the results of the survey. Through stories from a wide variety of leaders and employees interviewed during her study and her own experience surviving a heart attack while seven-months pregnant with twins, Eliz debunks work-life balance and provides a plan to protect your health, productivity, and sanity under stress. She uses humor and engaging activities to show it’s time to:
• Pinpoint how the stress hormone cortisol jeopardizes heart health.
• Explore the major causes of stress based on the results of the Job Stress Survey.
• Understand how to reduce cortisol levels and improve heart health.
Eliz Greene will help you stress-proof your heart at the Women's Health Conference on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Delta by Marriott. Tickets are $75.
Stress recovery strategies that work?
How do you maintain your sanity, relationships, and health when there is never enough time
to get things done? Hectic pace, chronic high-stress, uncertainty, and unavoidable negative
influences can threaten productivity, creativity, and suck the fun out of even the most
Identifying your personal stress recovery personality (Iguana or Border Collie) is one step in
becoming Stress-Proof, or immune to the impact of stress. Protective gear is important in
many work environments, wouldn’t it be nice to have protective gear for stress?
Professional speaker, Eliz Greene shares insights from her job stress research and strategies
to limit the impact of stress by developing what she calls an “emotional hazmat suit.” Using
her unique testing tool, Eliz can provide detailed insight into your organization’s stress
environment and pinpoint opportunities for impact.
Eliz survived a heart attack at age 35 while seven months pregnant with twins and knows
limiting stress is essential to a long, enjoyable and productive life. This engaging and
humorous program details how to develop a system to protect your health, sanity, and
Eliz Greene will help you with stress management at the Women's Health Conference on Monday, September 17, 2018 at the Delta by Marriott. Tickets are $75.