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Women’s Health Victoria

Women’s Health Victoria is a not-for-profit organisation focussed on improving the lives of Victorian women.

We undertake strategic health promotion and advocacy to improve women’s health,
and provide a number of direct services.

Our vision is: Women living well – healthy, empowered, equal.

Our work is guided by our Strategic Directions 2015-2018.

Women’s Health Victoria acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.

Applied Gender Analysis Workshop

This activity-based workshop is a step-by-step guide to performing a gender analysis in practice. It aims to equip professionals with skills in the design, delivery and evaluation of gender sensitive programs and services.

Workshop dates

Thursday 3 November 2016


9.30am – 3.30pm

Registration and more infomration

Workshop details and flyer clink here

Register now

Women and oral health: Issues Paper

Our latest Issues Paper, Women and Oral Health , examines how sex and gender differences can influence oral health risk factors, conditions and ways of using health care. In particular, the paper highlights the impacts of hormone changes throughout the lifespan, women’s higher rates of decayed, filled or missing teeth, the impacts of eating disorders and family violence on oral health and women being more likely to report financial barriers to dental care.

You can view the full issues paper, executive summary and fact sheet here.

Victorian Women’s Health Atlas – new data tool

Access the Victorian Women’s Health Atlas and Training webinar

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WHV in the news

A deeper perception of health data

WHV cited in 'Government Technology Review' 07/2016. Read more

Classes will help women with cancer regain mobility and strength

BreaCan cited in the 'Whittlesea Leader' 27/06/16. Read more

Does your vulva hurt? : you could have vulvodynia

WHV cited in 'The Conversation' 02/06/16. Read more

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