Vulnerable Women Series

The Vulnerable Women’s Series are highly sought after by our members, especially by those who are looking for ways to support the most vulnerable in their communities and/or consider specific interventions for specific populations or relating to specific challenges. 

Who is it for?

The WHA Vulnerable Women’s Series, launched in 2022, creates an opportunity for the WHA members community to discuss topics and hear from experts, with a focus on local experiences, about issues that are supporting and making a difference to the health and wellbeing outcomes of women at risk.  

The webinars in this series are highly sought after by our members, especially by those who are looking for ways to support the most vulnerable in their communities and/or consider specific interventions for specific populations or relating to specific challenges. 

Recent Conversations

These conversations and presentations are hosted in our online Members Community. These pages can only be accessed by our members when they are logged into their accounts.

Women and children’s’ health & health service usage in the context of intimate partner violence (IPV) in a large population cohort – Deirdre Gartland, Intergenerational Health, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute 

Transforming health policy and practice to address domestic and family violence – Prof Kelsey Hegarty, Co-Director, CRE Safer Families  

Providing Culturally Responsive Maternity Care – Helen Rogers, Early Parenting Program Coordinator, Service Integration and Equity – South Eastern Sydney Local Health District NSW 

Supporting Those At Risk – STAR Antenatal Clinic – Maternity Care – Kirstie Balding, Lecturer & National Deputy Coordinator of Graduate Diploma of Midwifery, University of Notre Dame Australia 

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