To celebrate its 10th birthday this year, Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week is inspiring women, girls, and diverse gender people across the country to make their health a priority. The timing couldn’t be more important as we emerge from years of lockdowns and restrictions that may have affected our regular health checks and screenings.
Women’s Health Week, held on 5-11 September, encourages women, girls, and gender diverse people to host an event centred on health and to connect with others in their communities. This has been a theme that has been constant over the past decade as hundreds of workplaces and community groups host health-themed events.
It’s so easy to do and our ‘How to Host’ guide will support you all the way. The focus should be on health and wellbeing.
The events can be educational, celebratory, or just an opportunity to connect with women in your circle, community, or workplace,”Renea Camilleri, Women’s Health Week & Community Engagement Manager at Jean Hailes
“The events can be educational, celebratory, or just an opportunity to connect with women in your circle, community, or workplace,” explains Renea Camilleri, Women’s Health Week & Community Engagement Manager at Jean Hailes.
“We would like you to consider hosting an event whether you are a small book group that catches up monthly, a medical centre that will place the focus on women’s health, or a national organisation planning to run a webinar.”
Hosts also receive from Jean Hailes: