Count Her In

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Want to take real action to accelerate progress for women this International Women’s Day?

Then become a user tester for new resources that aim to build a more gender-responsive health care system.

Our online training will support learners to:

  • Increase understanding of gender-responsive health
  • Apply a gender-responsive approach to health and prevention
  • Use clear language to communicate about gender equity
  • Reflect on their context and identify ways to strengthen their approach to gender-responsive health

And we need your help to get these resources right!

If you’re an educator in fields such as public health, social work, nursing or medicine, you might be curious how these resources could support your teaching load…

If you deliver health or social services, you might be keen to take a sneak peek at this toolbox for enhancing person-centred care and count towards your CPD hours…

If you work in a non-traditional sector for women you might want to learn how these resources will support gender equity, diversity and inclusion…

No matter what your motivation, your opinion counts, and we want to hear from you (especially if you are from NT, ACT or SA).

What’s involved?

At a time that suits you in March-April, we will ask you to complete 1-2 x 20-minute online modules.

You may also be asked to test the e-learning, spend a bit of time reading draft materials and provide feedback on content.

Express your interest online by Friday 8 March if you’re keen to be involved.

Contact details: 

Expression of interest form –

Sienna Aguilar, Senior Project Officer

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