Firstly, I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the new CEO of Women’s Health Queensland Wide. I’m looking forward to working with you all over the coming year.
I also would like to extend a special Thank You for your support during the past 12 months. With your support, Women’s Health continues important work in providing advice, support and information to vulnerable women across Queensland, particularly those living in rural and remote areas of the State.
Women's Health Queensland Wide Inc has launched the brand new booklet Antenatal and Postnatal Anxiety.
Mums at Work is a program to support pregnant and parenting women to ensure their transition back to work is a healthy and positive experience.
The journey from pregnancy to parenthood and return to work can be a juggle of emotions and practicalities. Whether you are newly pregnant, about to give birth, or are at home with a baby, you can access support.
Morayfield and Caboolture mums, dads, grandparents, friends and family are invited to the Morayfield Wellbeing Event being held as part of Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month at the Caboolture Sports Club on 31 May 2016.
As mums sometimes it's the little things that can feel like achievements worth celebrating. As part of Qld Women's Week (7-13 March 2016), Women's Health ran a campaign on Facebook to celebrate the achievements of Qld women & girls. We are happy to announce the winner of our competition is Teresa Howard. Thank you for all those who entered the competition. We really loved reading all your entries and we hope our competition helped women appreciate their achievements, both big and small.
The campaign was funded by the Qld Government & supported by the YWCA Qld.
On 5 September Women’s Health Queensland Wide Inc (Women's Health) reached an important milestone - 30 years of providing health information and education services to the women of Queensland.
Women's Health has partnered with the Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation (ACCF) to launch the Cervical Health Info Line. The Cervical Health Info Line is a confidential service, staffed by registered nurses and midwives, which provides women concerned about cervical screening (Pap smears) with additional support and advice. They can answer a variety of questions, including:
How do I prepare for a Pap smear and what can I expect?
Are Pap smears safe during pregnancy?
Pap smear results and what they mean
All women from the Burketown and Gregory Downs areas are invited to free community talks to have their health questions answered by a qualified Women’s Health Educator and Midwife.