Work is underway to develop this year's National Women's Health Survey. Jean Hailes for Women's Health has established an Expert Advisory Group to review the survey content and methodology, and to provide expert technical advice consistent with members' subject areas of expertise, as well as critical appraisal of the overall research initiative. Members of the group have been drawn from people with expertise in women's health research:
- Professor Sandra Eades, Associate Dean (Indigenous), Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, University of Melbourne
- Professor Jane Fisher, Finkel Professor of Global Health and Director of Global and Women's Health, Monash University
- Dr Martin McNamara, Deputy CEO, Sax Institute
- Professor Gita Mishra, Professor of Life Course Epidemiology, University of Queensland.
- Professor Robyn Norton, Co-Founder and Principal Director, The George Institute for Global Health
The group's guidance will help us to ensure that the data generated dovetail with other relevant datasets. Partnerships are also key to us supporting the participation of priority populations and ensuring we capture data that represent the diversity present in the community.
The following individuals are also contributing to the survey's development, in collaboration with the group:
- Janelle Carrigan, Head of Communications and Media, Jean Hailes
- Rebecca Conning, Head of Government Relations, Jean Hailes
- Chris Enright, Head of Education and Knowledge Exchange, Jean Hailes
- Jen Goslar, Executive Project Support, Jean Hailes
- Luke Hurst, Consultant
- Rachel Mudge, Head of Research Partnerships, Jean Hailes.
Click here to read more on last year's National Women's Health Survey