Getting physical is an important part of healthy living and also a key message for this year's Women's Health Week. To help increase awareness of physical activity and overall health and wellbeing, Jean Hailes for Women's Health is pleased to announce Bicycle Network as a 2017 Women's Health Week Major Community Partner.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health is marking its silver anniversary, celebrating 25 years since the organisation's first medical clinic opened in 1992. Since then, Jean Hailes has grown into one of Australia's leading not-for-profit organisations committed to improving women's knowledge and understanding of complex health issues.
Cardiovascular disease contributes to the deaths of one in four women in Australia each year. To help increase awareness of CVD among women, in particular those in rural Australia, Jean Hailes for Women's Health and Heart of Australia is pleased to announce a collaborative partnership for Women's Health Week.
Jean Hailes for Women's Health is thrilled to announce Fernwood Fitness as a Major Partner and Optus as a Sponsor of 2017 Women's Health Week.
Now in its third year, the Jean Hailes national Women's Health Survey is a chance for every woman to fill in the missing pieces of the puzzle on a wide range of health issues including body image, mental health, sex, relationships, weight and healthy living. Every survey response counts.
Women with endometriosis will now have better access to information and support with new resources from Jean Hailes for Women's Health.
National not-for-profit organisation Jean Hailes for Women's Health is the proud recipient of $8.25 million in government funding until 2019 to become the national digital gateway for women's health and wellbeing.
Jean Hailes launches the Women's Health Survey 2016 offering unique insights into women's health across the nation.
Women's Health Week: no more elephants in the room! Over 21,000 women are participating in more than 500 events all over Australia – are you covering your community?
When it comes to health, every woman has an elephant in the room. Women can be good talkers, but when it comes to health they often don't take the time to ask questions, seek out credible information and work out a sound plan of action. So it's time to start talking.