Western Sydney University today launched its white paper, 'Enhancing Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health in Western Sydney: An Intersectoral Approach' (ENSURE), timed for release during Jean Hailes' Women's Health Week.
ENSURE explores current and future opportunities to improve sexual and reproductive health among women living in Western Sydney.
"This is an important white paper addressing priorities in the federal government's National Women's Health Strategy, with impressive collaboration and interdisciplinary research," says Dr Rachel Mudge, Head of Research Partnerships and Philanthropy at Jean Hailes for Women's Health. "Western Sydney University's current and future research should have a substantial impact on improving the health and wellbeing of women and their families in the area."
Dr Mudge will be presenting at the launch of the white paper today on the importance of collaboration in the health space, exploring the intersection of ENSURE with the goals of the NWHS and Jean Hailes' framework goals based on the NWHS.