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National Women's Health Survey: have your say

Research | Jean Hailes news 14 Jul 2020
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Jean Hailes' annual Women's Health Survey is one of the country's most revealing insights into the health concerns and needs of women in Australia.

National not-for-profit organisation Jean Hailes for Women's Health today launched one of Australia's biggest surveys on women's health.

Now in its sixth year, the survey is a chance for every woman to fill in the missing pieces of the puzzle on a wide range of health issues including the physical and mental health effects of COVID-19 and our summer bushfires. Every survey response counts.

What is the purpose of the survey?

Developed and designed by Jean Hailes for Women's Health, this is one of Australia's largest national surveys focusing on women's health behaviour and information needs. Thousands of women across Australia from different life stages, ages and background have responded to the survey in previous years.

What happens to the responses?

Results of the online survey are used in many ways, including identifying gaps in health information helping health professionals better understand their patients, and encouraging women to make practical, positive changes to their lives.

How do women access the survey?

Please visit go.jeanhailes.org.au/survey2020 (opens in a new tab). It will take around 15 minutes. All responses are anonymous. Any survey participant can also opt in to have the final survey results sent to them later in the year.

For media

For more information on Jean Hailes or to arrange an interview, please contact Janelle Carrigan on 0409 939 920 or email [email protected]

For images and other resources, please go to jeanhailes.org.au/survey2020.

Reports published from previous surveys can be found here.