New Global survey launched to shape the future of menopause research

The Menopause Priority Setting Partnership (MAPS), led by Prof Martha Hickey, will identify gaps in research, as identified by people with lived experience, and the professionals who care for them.
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Ethnicity and early menopause increase risk of type 2 diabetes

Dr Hsin-Fang Chung and Prof. Gita Mishra from the University of Queensland analysed data from more than 330,000 women in 6 countries.  
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Adequate rebates lead to optimal care

CRE WaND research featured in RACGP News.
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Preventative health checks reaching women who need it most

Research by Prof. Jenny Doust and Dr Louise Wilson featured in Insight+
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1 in 7 Australian women have endometriosis

Prof. Gita Mishra’s research contributes to latest AIHW report Endometriosis in Australia
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Mental Health Matters

Dr Danusha Jayawardana writes for the Australian Health Economics Society (AHES)
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Women with satisfying relationships tend to have fewer chronic illnesses


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