Stillbirth CRE; Research Participants Needed!
Together with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR), Red Nose Australia, Stillbirth Foundation Australia and The Royal College of Pathologists Australasia (RCPA), we have launched an online survey to understand parent experiences around stillbirth investigations following the loss of a baby.
New WHA President announcement
At it’s meeting on 28 February 2023, the Board of Women’s Healthcare Australasia elected a new President and Vice President.
Leadership Scholarships For Women in Health
Women & Leadership Australia has announced a new round of scholarships to enable more women in the health sector to undertake career-enhancing leadership development programs.
The ACSQHC Clinical Care Standard on Stillbirth
Stillbirth is a tragic and profound experience that affects more than 2,000 families in Australia every year. In Australia, of approximately 820 births, six babies are stillborn every day.
Announcing our 2022 Medal of Distinction recipient – Prof Leonie Callaway
Professor Callaway’s contribution to women’s and newborn health in the Australian population, includes: 1) National guidelines: She led the development of national clinical practice guidelines for the management of pre-gestational diabetes and screening for gestational diabetes (GDM); and, 2) Translation of Research into Practice including research regarding breastfeeding and insulin …
The Hush Foundation’s long-term vision for a kinder, safer environment for those both working in and receiving care in healthcare feels more urgent than ever.
The Hush Foundation’s long-term vision for a kinder, safer environment for those both working in and receiving care in healthcare feels more urgent than ever. Our partners agree! Get in quick if you want to take advantage of Safer Care Victoria’s special offer to Victorian healthcare workers of 50% off …
Ride for their Lives 2022 – 100s in healthcare cycling against air pollution
Ride for their Lives (RTFL) 2022 is seeking groups of healthcare providers to organise one-day events both in the run-up to COP 27 and on into 2023.
EVENT: Greening the Healthcare Sector Forum – Friday 7th October
At WHA we are seeing rising concern across the maternity care sector about the negative impacts of climate change on the health and wellbeing of women and newborns. It is important that we ensure that the clinical care provided to women and their newborns does not negatively impact the environment in which they live.
WHA joins as signatory on the Medical Association for Prevention of War’s statement on the war in Ukraine
WHA stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and all its healthcare workers.
The Board of WHA has unanimously agreed to signing the statement urging all counties to give absolute priority to de-escalation of this war. We thank The Medical Association for the Prevention of War (Australia) for your leadership on this issue.