Jean Hailes Annual Women’s Health Week Public Talk
We have an amazing line-up of local health professionals to provide information on how best to manage your health. The topics are diverse, covering mental health, healthy aging, pelvic floor and pregnancy, menopause, energy and vitality, and healthy aging, with special emphasis on hormones this year
Hosted on Monday 4th September 2023 at ‘Library at the Dock‘
Starting at 4 pm we will hear from well-regarded women from the Docklands community including general practitioners, women’s sexual and reproductive doctors and women who have contributed to the literature surrounding healthy living and aging, both physiologically and mentally.
You will have the opportunity to participate in discussions and ask questions during the Panel component of the event. This will be an excellent opportunity to get to know some of the amazing women in our community and hear about resources that will empower you to live a healthier life.
Tickets are available online with Eventbrite. Early bird bookings will receive a free Jean Hailes Tote Bag featuring aboriginal art.
Cassandra Szoeke – Keynote speaker
Professor of Medicine at the University of Melbourne
Cassandra will do an in depth talk on hormones
Physiotherapist at Docklands Health
Lauren Le Fevre
Accredited Practicing Dietitian at Docklands Health
Prof. Jayashri Kulkarni
Director MAPrc and Head of Psychiarty Monash University CCS
Chiropractor at Docklands Health
Dr Olivia Ball
Melbourne City Councillor, Doctor of Human rights and
Master of ceremonies
What’s Women’s Health Week all about?
It’s about you! Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week is a campaign of events and online activities – all centered on improving women’s health. It’s a week dedicated to checking in, connecting with other women, and to putting yourself first by making healthier choices.
Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to improving women’s knowledge and understanding of complex health issues. Our aim is to translate the latest scientific and medical evidence to help inspire positive change in women and girls by improving their physical health and wellbeing.
Hear from 5 different health experts on how to manage your health and wellbeing.
Professor Szoeke is also launching her new book
‘Secrets of Women’s Healthy Ageing’
Cassandra Szoeke-professor of medicine, doctor, scientist and clinical researcher-is an expert in women’s health. She is director of the Women’s Healthy Ageing Project at the University of Melbourne and has published hundreds of academic and clinical publications.
Secrets of Women’s Healthy Ageing draws on the findings of a unique study that has focused on the health of more than four hundred women in their mid-to-late lives. Over the past thirty years a team of international investigators has compiled a remarkable amount of data, aiming to raise awareness of modifiable risk factors in women’s health.
Their findings cover brain, heart and gut health, diet, sleep, exercise, and the benefits of socialising. But importantly, they highlight how the results relate directly to women’s wellbeing. In Secrets of Women’s Healthy Ageing, Cassandra Szoeke shares the wisdom revealed by this comprehensive study, showing how to promote overall wellness and providing the key ingredients for living a long and healthy life.