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Well, Well, Well

4 Mar 2024

Gender Pain Gap – Victorian Inquiry into Women’s Pain

Government & Organizations, Health, Mental Health, Sexual Health, Uncategorized, Women's Health, Women's Health

Gender Pain Gap – Victorian Inquiry into Women’s Pain

Cal and Jacinta speak to Victorian Minister for Health, the Hon. Mary-Anne Thomas, to find out what changes are planned to address the gender pain gap and improve services for women’s health. We discuss sexual and reproductive health, mental health, and some of the key points revealed from the 2023 Women’s Health Survey and the submissions that are currently open for the Inquiry into Women’s Pain. We talk about why LGBTIQA+ voices are important in this area and who can share their experiences to inform future changes that address the gender pain gap that impacts women and other marginalised genders.

Submissions for the Inquiry into Women’s Pain are open until 31 July 2024. For more information, please visit www.health.vic.gov.au/inquiry-into-womens-pain

Check out our other JOY Podcasts for more on LGBTIQ+ health & wellbeing.

If there’s something you’d like us to explore on the show, send through ideas or questions at wellwellwell@joy.org.au

Find out more about LGBTIQ+ services and events in Victoria at Thorne Harbour Health and in South Australia at SAMESH.

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