You can access any of the following health resources for your Women’s Health Week event.
Cervical screening test
Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers. Regular cervical screening is the best way to protect yourself from cervical cancer.
This endometriosis fact sheet outlines the signs, symptoms and causes of 'endo', as well as what you can do, including management and treatment.
Discover the different ways menopausal symptoms can be treated.
Sleep and persistent pelvic pain (PPP)
Persistent pelvic pain (PPP) can affect both mood and sleep and, in turn, your quality of life. How to improve sleep when you have PPP...
Menopausal hormone therapy
MHT helps to reduce menopausal symptoms that are caused by lower levels of oestrogen hormones before and after menopause.
How do you know if your bleeding is too heavy, what causes heavy menstrual bleeding and what can you do about it? Here are the facts.
Health professional resources
Cervical screening update
Persistent pelvic pain
Menopause basics: the consultation and management options
Mental health and the menopause transition
Weight, obesity and women’s health
Ask an Expert: PMS/PMDD
Early detection campaign
Get up to date with cancer screening and learn more about early detection.
Cervical screening is for everyone with a cervix
LGBTIQ people aged between 25 and 74 with a cervix need regular cervical screening.
Heart age calculator
Could you be at risk of heart disease? Get your estimate heart age now.
Heart health checks
If you're 45 and over, or 30 and over if you're of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, you should book your Heart Health Check today.
Menstrual cycle and sleep
Learn about the impact the menstrual cycle has on sleep, and strategies that may help.
Easy stretches to relax the pelvic
These stretches loosen the muscles inside and around the pelvis.
Having trouble detaching from work?
Are you having trouble detaching from work? It might be time to think about how you recover.
Exercise and bone density
Exercise is recognised as an effective lifestyle strategy to build a strong skeleton and maintain bone strength throughout life.
Exercise for endometriosis
Find safe exercises for those living with endometriosis.