We would like to acknowledge and thank our supporters, partners and sponsors for joining us in helping improve women's knowledge and understanding of important health issues.
Organisations that support our work are incredibly important to us. Our supporters help to ensure that women have the information, resources and confidence to make the changes they need for a healthier life.
We aim to expand our reach and relevance to women across Australia by building deeper relationships in all of our activities. By doing this, we achieve a shared vision for women's health based on a strongly collaborative approach.
Jean Hailes actively seeks to partner with like-minded organisations. If you're interested in supporting Jean Hailes please get in touch with Caroline Cottrill to discuss possible ways we can work together.
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The Australian Government Department of Health works with Jean Hailes to improve women's health in Australia across the lifespan.
The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services has engaged Jean Hailes to deliver a range of projects, including educational resources for women and health professionals about endometriosis and menopause.
Liptember raises funds and awareness for women's mental health during the month of September, and has chosen Jean Hailes for Women's Health as one of its beneficiaries, providing funds to conduct research into the impacts of mental health in older women.
A medical technology company primarily focused on improving women's health and well-being through early detection and treatment, Hologic offers options for screening, detection and treatment. Hologic has provided sponsorship funds to assist greater understanding of heavy menstrual bleeding and its treatments for both consumers and health professionals.
In partnership with Gidget Foundation Australia, a new Gidget House service, based at the Jean Hailes Clayton clinic, provides free psychological counselling sessions for GP-referred expectant and new parents experiencing perinatal depression and anxiety (PNDA).
To learn more about Jean Hailes Research Partnerships please visit our research partnerships page.
The George Institute for Global Health is a health and medical research institute whose mission is to improve the health of millions of people worldwide. This connection gives Jean Hailes a direct global link to leading women's health researchers.
The Heart Foundation funds life-saving heart research and work to improve heart disease prevention and care for all Australians. Jean Hailes works with the Heart Foundation to highlight and support cardiovascular disease research for women.
Women's Health Week is Jean Hailes' annual, national campaign. It's a week dedicated to all women across Australia to make good health a priority. The two biggest barriers for women not maintaining a healthy lifestyle are 'lack of time' and 'health not being a priority'. During Women's Health Week, we encourage women to do something for their health and start making positive changes that can last a lifetime. During the week, we encourage individuals, communities and workplaces to get involved by sharing our health messages, hosting an event and encouraging as many women as possible to sign up to the week.
We'd like to thank the Jean Hailes’ Women's Health Week Sponsors and Partners for their generous support.
Major Partners: Liptember.
Supporting Partner: Hologic.
Media Partners: oOhMedia!, Smooth FM, The Australian Women's Weekly, Tonic Health Media.
Community Partners: RACGP, APNA, Gidget Foundation, Breastscreen Victoria, Breastscreen WA, Breastscreen SA, MS Australia, Royal Flying Doctor Service, LGBTI Alliance, Stars Foundation, Women's Health & Family Services, National Centre for Farmer Health, ABC Radio Melbourne, Bicycle Network, Your Fertility, Pharmacy 777, WHISE, City of Greater Geelong, Make Your Move Ballarat, My Health For Life, Family Planning Tasmania, Women's Adventure Film Tour, Pronia, Telstra, 28 By Sam Wood, Her Heart, Bonds, Ethnolink Language Services.
A special thanks goes to Clemenger BBDO Melbourne for their pro bono support in designing our Women's Health Week branding.