Stories to help improve women's health services


SPEAK UP: Women’s Health Goulburn North East staff members (from left) Bern Fraser, Anthea Pratt, Karen O’Connor and Caitlyn Hoggan are encouraging women to share their stories about sexual and reproductive health. PHOTO: Mel Guy

WOMEN of all ages and abilities are encouraged to share their stories about what’s needed most to enable good sexual and reproductive health.

Women’s Health Goulburn North East (WHGNE) has partnered with Women’s Health Loddon Mallee and Murray Primary Health Network for the ‘Her Story Matters’ project.

The project aims to identify ways health services can be improved for women living in rural and regional areas by listening to feedback from women.

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