WOMEN’S HEALTH AUSTRALIA

TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER

If you are female, born between
1973 and 1978 and have a Medicare card

in just 15 minutes

Women’s Health Australia (WHA), also known as the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health, is the longest running study on women’s health and wellbeing in Australia. Join us to make sure all Australian women are given a voice in policy that impacts their health and wellbeing.

If you are female, born between
1973 and 1978 and have a Medicare card

in just 15 minutes

Women’s Health Australia (WHA), also known as the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health, is the longest running study on women’s health and wellbeing in Australia. Join us to make sure all Australian women are given a voice in policy that impacts their health and wellbeing.

…AND you will get a chance to win a $1,000 Prezzee Smart eGift Card!
(see Terms and Conditions)

Map of Asia and Australia

Many women have migrated to Australia from South, Southeast, and Northeast Asian countries since we first started this cohort in 1996. We are especially looking for women from these areas to join the WHA project.

Map of Asia and Australia

Many women have migrated to Australia from South, Southeast, and Northeast Asian countries since we first started this cohort in 1996. We are especially looking for women from these areas to join the WHA project.

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    The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health. It is a collaborative project conducted by staff and investigators at the University of Newcastle and the University of Queensland.