We undertake research and provide education about common health issues that affect women throughout adult life, the impact of menopause and the role of sex hormones (oestrogen and testosterone) on health and wellbeing. Our research program includes studies addressing the effects of menopause, prevention of diabetes, dementia, breast cancer, urinary incontinence, improving wellbeing and sexual function and optimising quality of life after breast cancer. Our aim is to enable women to experience the best possible quality of life through research, critical evaluation of available information and professional and community education
The Womens Health Research Program is a part of the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine.
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