As part of our commitment to promoting women’s health we’ll keep you up to date with Press releases, Submissions, reports and useful links to documents and websites.
Annual Report 2020/21
Women's Health Tasmania Annual Report for 2020/21
Financial Report 2020/21
Women's Health Tasmania Financial Report for the 2020-2021 financial year.
Financial Report 2018/19
Women's Health Tasmania Financial Report for the 2018-2019 financial year.
Annual Report 2017/18
Women's Health Tasmania Annual Report for 2017/18
Financial Report 2017/18
Women's Health Tasmania Financial Report for the 2017-2018 financial year.
January 2022 - The mysterious mind/body connection
June 2019 - A Sexual and Reproductive Health Special
December 2018 - 30th Anniversary Special
Reports and Articles
Talking to Women on Temporary Visas
In late 2021, early 2022, we talked to women living in Tasmania on temporary visas about their experiences.
Talking to Women About Homelessness, Tasmania 2020 Report
In July – October 2020 Women's Health Tasmania spoke with Tasmanian women
about their experiences of homelessness.
Talking to LGBTIQ+ Women About Health, Tasmania 2020
This report gathers information from meetings with women from the LGBTIQ+ community across Tasmania in 2020.
Talking to Women in Rural and Remote Tasmania 2019
This report gathers information from meetings held in 2019 with women based in rural and remote areas of Tasmania.
Women's Health Survey Report 2019
Results of our online Women's Health Survey 2019
Proposed Religious Discrimination Bill - Health Care Provisions 2019
Just Support Project Report - Throughcare for women exiting prison 2017
Throughcare for women exiting Mary Hutchinson Women’s Prison: towards gender responsive approach. April 2017
Evaluation of the Nurse Practitioner Role at the Hobart Women’s Health Centre 2013
Conducted by Dr Shandell Elmer and Dr Christine Stirling School of Nursing and Midwifery University of Tasmania June 2013
Sprouting Seeds – Tasmanian Eating Disorders Information Line Project Report 2011
The project was conducted the by the Women's Health Tasmania and funded by Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Response to the Draft Tasmanian Women's Strategy 2022-2027
Submission to Criminal Code Amendment Bill 2022
Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights Inquiry into the Religious Discrimination Bill 2021
Submission to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Legislation Committee about the Religious Discrimination Bill 2021
Women's Health Tasmania 2022/2023 Budget Priorities Statement
This submission is the outcome of collaborative work to get funds for a Family/Sexual Violence Policy Development and Sector Coordination role for the Tasmanian community services sector.
Response to the Tasmanian Planning Policies 2021
Response to consultation on the draft Bail Bill 2021
Women's Health Tasmania's response to consultation on the draft Bail Bill 2021
Response to the Inquiry into Rural Health Services
Our Healthcare Future - Response to Consultation Paper - February 2021
Women's Health Tasmania's response to 'Our Healthcare Future' consultation paper, February 2021.
Response to the TLRI Issues Paper No 31: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Conversion Practices 2021
Women's Health Tasmania's response to the Tasmanian Law Reform Institute's Issues Paper No 31: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Conversion Practices 2021.
Response to the Second Draft of the Religious Discrimination Bill January 2020.
Women's Health Tasmania's response to the Second Draft of the Religious Discrimination Bill, January 2020.
Response to Exposure Draft of Religious Discrimination Bill October 2019
WHT's response to the Federal Government's Exposure Draft of the Religious Discrimination Bill 2019
Legal recognition of Sex and Gender TLRI Issues paper – Sept 2019
Submission to the Select Committee on Housing Affordability - July 2019
Submission in response to Discussion Paper-Section 194K of the Evidence Act 2001–May 2019
Proposed legislative reform to allow the survivor of a sexually violent crime to tell their story.