How to be involved in the Women’s Health Hub Project 

What works well to support women’s health in our communities?

How can we shift the way we understand prevention when it comes to women’s health in all of the diversity, communities and contexts across Australia?

How can we integrate gendered prevention across broader health and social policy and systems?

From 2022 to 2025 we are engaging a broad cross-section of key contributors in the broader health ecosystem who are dedicated to improving women’s health outcomes.

Collaborating with those who care about gender and health equity throughout the project will help us explore, develop online resources about, and share knowledge on effective prevention. 

Current opportunities

User test new e-learning resources

We are looking for people to help shape and test new online learning resources being developed.

There will be a range of opportunities, which could include reviewing content and case studies and testing the platform for useability and accessibility. 

Current audiences invited to participate:

  • Policymakers and staff in government (local, state/territory and federal)
  • Health professionals from any area of health (e.g., allied health, primary care, aged care, specialists, nurse practitioners, midwives, mental health, community health, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, bilingual or migrant and refugee health, or rural, regional and remote health)

Join waitlist for national community of practice

Our national women’s health policy community of practice:

  • delves into different aspects of embedding a gender equity lens into prevention practice
  • provides a forum for participants to learn from each other and take insights back to their own work
  • showcases emerging practice from local, state and national contexts.


Individuals of all levels and experience across health, community, government and gender equity are welcome to express interest.

Complete online survey

We are seeking input from members and interested key contributors to help us refresh the Women’s Health Hub (e.g. health and gender equity advocates, practitioners, researchers, policymakers, trainers, and women and gender diverse people with lived experience of health care in Australia.

Feedback will inform the useability and format of the Women’s Health Hub, along with content and resources (e.g., training) to be developed. Information will also be used for reporting and continuous improvement purposes, including how members and key contributors can engage via the Hub in future.

Join informal women’s health communications group

Refer your communications colleagues to a national community of practice for women’s health communications. 

This informal group will: 

  • connect those who work on communications in women’s health related organisations across Australia 
  • build on our local, state and national networks to share relevant resources, news, campaigns and opportunities.

Please email for more information. 

The Women’s Health Hub is being developed by Australian Women’s Health Alliance – the national voice for women’s health. Suggest a resource or share your feedback on how we can improve the Hub:

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