Women’s Health NSW acknowledges the Gadigal and Wangal people of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work today. We pay respect to their elders both past and present; as well as all other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Women’s Health NSW endorses the ‘Uluru Statement From the Heart‘ to call for the establishment of a ‘First Nations Voice’ in the Australian Constitution and a ‘Makarrata Commission’ to supervise a process of ‘agreement-making’ and ‘truth telling’ between governments and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
WHNSW and DVNSW Statement on White Ribbon Australia withdrawal of support for women’s reproductive rights
Research: The Women’s Health Sector Model of Service Delivery in NSW Australia
Jacqueline Schroeder – University of New England, Armidale, Australia
Nurse practitioner (NP) led care: Cervical screening practices and experiences of women attending a women’s health centre
Joanne Perks – Liverpool Women’s Health Centre, Maricris Algoso and Kath Peters -Western Sydney University
MESH Injured Women of Australia to the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (ASCQHC)
Letter of correspondence and Senate report. (1MB, 170 Pages)
Research on Trauma-Informed Care in General Practice at Blue Mountains Women’s Health and Resource Centre Young Women’s Clinic
This research was published in the Australian Journal of General Practice.
NSW NGO Women’s Health Centres Literature Review
Urbis was commissioned by the NSW Ministry of Health (the Ministry) to undertake a mapping study to establish a comprehensive understanding of the services provided by NGO Women’s Health Centres in NSW and their alignment with state and local priorities. This literature review was conducted to inform the research project.
Core topics for this research comprised:
- women’s experience of health and the gender based vulnerabilities that influence women’s health outcomes
- the services currently available to women through the 20 Women’s Health Centres in NSW
- the models of care that are most likely to positively affect women’s health outcomes
“What’s Health Got To Do With It”
Reflecting Gender & Women’s Lives in Health Policy & Practice
Please note that we have now uploaded some of the presentations and papers from the “What’s Health Got To Do With It” Summit on to our Factsheets/Reports/Resources Page for your information.
Australian Women’s Health Charter
The Australian Women’s Health Charter seeks to influence all political parties in the lead up to the 2016 Federal Election. It calls on them, if elected, to commit to national leadership in taking action to ensure the health and well-being needs of all women in Australia are met.
We also invite other organisations, businesses, governments and communities to sign on and adopt the Australian Women’s Health Charter as their own.
Click on the image to download a PDF version of the Charter.
If you would like to endorse the Australian Women’s Health Charter please click on the link below