2023 Women's Health Strategy

Women, including partners of women, Te Aho O Te Kahu, the Cancer Agency, is doing some work to inform a strategy on women's health in Aotearoa New Zealand.

I will make a submission on our behalf. I need you to help me craft it.

Here is the key information and the key questions. I have created a quick survey (7 mins) to gather your thoughts. Here is the link https://forms.gle/Cvbsopa97ozheoxF6

I thought you might like the prior information before you answer the surveyl. I would suggest you take you time with your answers and think deeply about your own and/or your partners's/family members experience.

Kind regards, Diana

Here is the information from Te Aho o Te Kahu

The Pae Ora Act and the Women’s Health Strategy
As well as changing the structure of the health system, the Pae Ora Act says we need to develop a range of strategies to help guide our health system to achieve pae ora.
The Women’s Health Strategy is one of those strategies. It will set the direction and priorities for improving women’s health and wellbeing.
We want to hear from a wide range of people and organisations to ensure our strategy meets the needs of the women it is meant to serve.
Your views will help us develop a Women’s Health Strategy that is informed by a diverse range of voices, experiences, knowledge and visions.
There are two ways you can join the discussion about women’s health.
Written submissions are an opportunity to share your thoughts about, and visions for, the health and wellbeing of women in Aotearoa. Your submission could consider:
· your vision for women’s health and wellbeing
· what contributes to women’s health and wellbeing
· women’s health and wellbeing needs
· patterns and trends in the health and wellbeing of women
· the health system’s performance for women
· priorities for system change
· supporting the health workforce to meet the health and wellbeing needs of women.
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Diana Ayling

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