The Women’s Health of Australia (WHoA!) study – part of the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health (ALSWH) – has been running since 1996. It is one of the primary vehicles for informing Australian government health policy and health services for women. Medical research teams can also apply to use the data in the work they do on diseases, cures etc.
Each year, thousands of women donate their time and provide valuable information to our study about their physical and mental health. It only takes 20 minutes, but these answers help ensure Australian women’s health policies and practices are among the best in the world.
We are missing vital information about young women aged 18 to 23 years from all backgrounds and appealing to that age group to join our study to ensure their health needs are appropriately met now and into the future.
We dearly hope you might consider assisting us to spread the word among young women from the Indian community who we are keen to see get involved in shaping the future of women’s health in Australia.
Those who are interested in taking part can register to do so at whoalegs.com.au prior to December 20.
I have attached for your reference, a Fact Sheet about the Women’s Health of Australia study and also, a backgrounder for consideration as well as some links below which may be of use.