Women's Health Week is taking place 5-11 September 2022, with range of events and activities celebrating all things women's health happening at women's health services around WA.
Women’s Health Week 2022 is nearly here! Now in its tenth year, Women’s Health Week is a nation-wide campaign of events and activities led by Jean Hailes for Women’s Health. In previous years, there is a focus on an important women’s health topic on each day of the week. This year the health topics are:
Official Women’s Health Week 2022 website
Visit the Women’s Health Week Official website to fine more information about the week, access range of resources, read about Champions for Women’s Health (including WA’s own Gloria Moyle and Kath Mazzella!) and more.
Women's Health Week at CWSW
This year CWSW is focusing our Women’s Health Week efforts on highlighting the ‘why’ of women’s health – why is a focus on women’s health essential, why is women’s health week important, why do we need a community-based women’s health sector. Keep an eye on Facebook as we explore the importance of gender responsive healthcare, understanding the social determinates of health and recognising intersectionality, and the important role the community-based women’s health sector has in improving the health and wellbeing of women and the community.
Women's Health Week around the State
Women’s Health Week is a great opportunity to focus on women’s health and wellbeing, and there are a range of activities and events happening at women’s health services across the state – from community education sessions and workshops to open days and parties!
Check out some of the Women’s Health Week events happening in WA below. There is so much happening that we can’t fit it all in here! Click on a service below to find some of your local events and activities and keep an eye on their social media for more Women’s Health Week content and updates.