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News and Events

Women's Health Tasmania hold events throughout the year to inform, entertain and celebrate women. Upcoming events are listed below, advertised in our Newsletter, and on our Facebook page.

New Pregnancy Choices website

We're very proud to tell you about our new website - Pregnancy Choices Tasmania https://www.pregnancychoicestas.org.au

The home page of the new website

Ask Fanny - Pelvic Floor Webinar

This webinar was hosted by Women's Health Tasmania on October 10, 2022. It explores everything related to pelvic floor, and will interest community and health sector workers, as well as anyone with a pelvic floor (you!). You can find a recording of the webinar here.  

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New training opportunity!

Pregnancy Options and Reproductive Coercion training

Women's Health Tasmania is partnering with Queensland's innovative Children By Choice to present a unique training opportunity for Tasmanian workers.

The training presents evidence-based strategies for people who provide counselling, support or health care to people who are pregnant.

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Listening to Women Migrants

In this webinar we explore the reasons why maternal health outcomes for women from migrant and refugee backgrounds are worse than those of other women in Australia, and what can be done to change this.  You can find a recording of the webinar here. 

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Protest. We might be seeing the end of it

Why are we opposed to the Police Offences Amendment (Workplace Protection) Bill 2022

WHT’s Board is very concerned about the potential impact the proposed changes to the Police Offences Act is going to have on civil society protests.

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