Prioritising women’s health and careers in COVID recovery and beyond

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COVID-19 has amplified and heightened existing inequalities, particularly for women. A national collaborative evidence-based approach is vital to tackle the inequalities for women and women’s health, careers and well-being.

COVID-19 has amplified and heightened existing inequalities, particularly for women. A national collaborative evidence-based approach is vital to tackle the inequalities for women and women’s health, careers and well-being.

On Thursday 14th October 2021, MP Dr Katie Allen, 2021 Young Australian of the Year, Isobel Marshall, Women’s Health Research Translation and Impact Network Chair, Indigenous Women’s Health, Prof Aunty Kerrie Doyle, Monash University’s Prof Helena Teede and an interdisciplinary panel of experts launched Advancing Women in Healthcare Leadership and the Women’s Health Research Translation and Impact Network.

Over 460 people registered for the event, and over 200 watched it live.  

These national collaborative initiatives will drive progress on equality and support opportunities, to building a better and healthier future for Australian women.

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