To celebrate its 10th birthday this year, Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week is inspiring women in regional Queensland and Far North Queensland to put their health first. The timing couldn’t be more important – for many women, regular health checks and screenings have taken a backseat during the pandemic years.

Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is encouraging local community groups, organisations and workplaces to host health and wellbeing-themed events for Women’s Health Week this coming September.

“Women’s Health Week provides the perfect platform to connect women to others as well as to their local health services,” says Janet Michelmore AO, CEO Jean Hailes for Women’s Health.

“It’s so easy to do and our event guide, featuring handy information and event ideas, will support you all the way. Events can be educational, celebratory, or just an opportunity to connect with women in your circle, community or workplace,” explains Ms Michelmore.

“Whether you are a small book group that catches up monthly, a local fitness studio, or a medical centre that will place a focus on women’s health, we encourage you to get involved and support the women in your community.”

To learn more about Women’s Health Week events and to download your free event guide full of tips for hosting your own event, visit: womenhealthweek.com.au. Register your event before July 31 to go in the draw for one of 15 $100 gift vouchers to use towards your event.

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