Global reach: Program builds strong women health leaders in Southeast Asia

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Our Women in Leadership Program is reaching international leaders this week, creating opportunities and upskilling Southeast Asian women health leaders in Bangkok, Thailand.

Our Women in Leadership Program is reaching international leaders this week, creating opportunities and upskilling Southeast Asian women health leaders in Bangkok, Thailand.

In collaboration with The Fred Hollows Foundation, Dr Mariam Mousa and Professor Helena Teede, supported by PhD candidate Vy Nguyen are presenting the final workshops of the Australian Government-funded Women in Health Leadership Program – Mekong Region.

They are presenting an adapted version of the Monash University Women in Leadership Program, extending on workshops held earlier this year in Australia.

This program is evidence-based and is embedded in MCHRI’s NHMRC-funded Advancing Women in Healthcare Leadership Initiative. It builds skills, motivation, networking and opportunities that strengthen the women’s leadership to ultimately improve health systems and health outcomes in South East Asia.

Contact:

Amanda Hamilton 
Media and Communications Manager

Monash Centre for Health Research and Implementation (MCHRI)
T: +613 8572 2667, amanda.hamilton@monash.edu 

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