Women’s health: The new national agenda

This flagship position paper outlines key arguments for making women’s health a priority for governments, health professionals and the broader community and a framework and process through which this can be achieved. (Not current, shared for herstoric and historical significance.)

Keywords: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, access, adult women, advocacy, caregivers, carers, children, families, funding, gender, gender equality, gender equity, government and policy, health and wellbeing, health care, health equity, health rights, herstory, LGBTIQ+, maternal health, medical care, mental health, national, older women, parenting, policy, prevention of gender based violence, reproductive health, sexual assault, social determinants of health, women with disabilities, women's rights, young people, young women
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