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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.

A new webinar on ADHD

Why is everyone is talking about women and ADHD? 

Because it's different. Come and listen to our guest speaker talk about the experience of living with ADHD, working with women with ADHD, and with parents of children with ADHD.

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Period Undies are back!

Thanks to all your generous donations we are able to offer more free period undies to people in Tasmania!

Our Undies Project sends people on low incomes 5 pairs of period friendly underwear in their size. Period friendly undies absorb moisture. They are reusable. They're better for the planet and they're cheaper than buying single use items! 

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You are invited to our Women's Self Care Workshop!

Does self-care sound like 'just one more thing' on your to-do list?

This workshop is for you!

You'll leave this workshop with a new take on self-care; feeling confident and knowledgeable.
This workshop is interactive, supportive and full of practical tips for managing your wellbeing.

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Menopause Workshop - Shining light on the mystery of menopause, together.

What is menopause?  

Is it awful? Are there good things about it? 

Am I there yet? How will I know? 

How does my body change with menopause? 

Are there things I can do to feel better with these changes? 


Do you want answers to these and other questions you have about menopause? 


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Come and join us for our 35th Annual General Meeting. Meet the WHT team and Board, enjoy the speakers, and the nibbles.

Please RSVP to if you are coming.

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Beyond Safe: good abortion care in Tasmania

We’re ready to move beyond feeling relief that we have access to abortion care if we need it, to talking about what good practice looks like in this area of health care.

The webinar is designed for both providers and users of health services in Tasmania.

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ENDometriosis: new pathways for care in Tasmania

ENDometriosis. It’s been described as the most common devastating disease you may not know.

Listen to our webinar and hear from lived experience speaker, Ella van Emmerick, clinical psychologist, Dr. Leesa van Neikerk, and Family Planning Tasmanian representative, Dr. Rose Tilsley, who will tell us about new pathways for diagnosis and care that are being developed in Tasmania.

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Badass or bleeding? What menstrual phase are you in?

Where are you in your menstrual cycle today, and what do you need?

Women's Health Tasmania has developed a new resource to support undersntading of what you need and how this changes throughout your cycle.

The four typical phases are outlined below.

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New Podcast Project: Trans and gender diverse advisors needed

It’s about time we made a podcast that shone a bright light on sexual and reproductive health for people who aren’t cis. This new podcast project aims to tackle the gender binary in reproductive health care. 

We don’t need to tell you that when it comes to reproductive and sexual health services the gender binary still reigns supreme.

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