A Gendered Framework for Action on Prevention and Healthcare

This policy brief outlines the Australian Women’s Health Alliance’s framework for increasing gender equity in prevention and healthcare. It includes 7 structural factors that contribute to gender inequity and is a tool to create a language and build capacity for advancing equitable outcomes for women.

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