Systemic approaches needed to address wide-ranging inequities affecting women’s health

Croakey Health Media opinion piece by Professors Martha Hickey and Rachel Huxley
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Women with satisfying relationships tend to have fewer chronic illnesses

Women are at greater risk of stroke, the more miscarriages or stillbirths they’ve had

The Conversation article.
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Podcast: How can we improve health messaging to reach all Australians?

Dr Mridula Bandyopadhyay talks to The Australian Prevention Partnership Centre
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Women with history of miscarriage or stillbirths have higher risk of stroke, research finds

Check out Professor Gita Mishra on ABC News.
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CRE WaND joins The Collaboration for Enhanced Research Impact (CERI)

Working with seven other Centres of Research Excellence to advance advocacy for prevention.

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The widespread gender bias in healthcare

Check out Professor Martha Hickey on ABC’s Health Report.
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Use of telehealth mental health services during the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Danusha Jayawardana & Professor Brenda Gannon used Medicare data to identify service utilisation trends. 
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Age at Menopause and Risk of Lung Cancer

Meta-analysis examining the association of early and late menopause with lung cancer risk.
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