Women’s Community Health Network WA Update for December 2019


Follow this link for the latest Women’s Community Health Network Update for December 2019.

In this issue

  • Gender transformative practice to achieve gender transformative change
  • Spotlight on trauma-informed practice and women
  • Women’s health conference highlights the toll of violence and reproductive coercion
  • Everyone’s Business: Sexual harassment of SDA members
  • Pregnancy and homelessness: service responses
  • Community responses to gender portrayals in advertising: a research paper
  • For women’s sake, let’s screen for depression as part of the new heart health checks
  • We are a force for good, and the Australian public should know about it
  • A Theory of Change in sexual and reproductive health
  • Does gynaecological cancer care meet the needs of Indigenous Australian women?
  • Empowering bystanders to act on sexist and sexually harassing behaviours
  • Another stolen generation looms unless Indigenous women fleeing violence can find safe housing
  • Endometriosis in Australia: Prevalence and hospitalisations
  • 3D mammography screening
  • She’s price(d)less: the economics of the gender pay gap
  • Spotlight on alcohol and women’s health
  • The First Response project: Trauma and culturally informed approaches to primary health care for women who experience violence
  • Interventions addressing men, masculinities and gender equality in sexual and reproductive health and rights
  • Elder abuse national research – strengthening the evidence base: research definition background paper
  • The health of Australia’s females
  • Women’s Community Health Network presentations 2019


Fremantle Women's Health Centre is seeking your support to help end period poverty in our region through donations of funds and/packs of sanitary pads.

Packets of pads can be dropped of at our centre between our opening hours: Mon-Fri, 8:30am to 4:30pm. Packets must be enclosed and not expired.

Donations of funds can be organised over the phone or in person.

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