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Queensland Women's Health Forum

27 May 2021 to 28 May 2021

Hosted by Australian Health Research Alliance and Brisbane Diamantina Health Partners, the Forum will focus on current research and unmet needs in women’s health in Queensland.  

Clinician researchers, academic researchers, mid-career and early career researchers who specialise in women’s health are invited to register for the event, engage in networking and workshop the needs of the research community and the needs of women in Queensland.

A key focus of the meeting will feature presentations from early-career and mid-career researchers along with Poster Networking sessions during the breaks.  

Early bird registrations

Early bird registrations and abstract submissions will be closing soon. Early bird discounts are available on all registration types for the event until 16 April 2021. Abstract submissions also close on the same day. 


Researchers from across Queensland are invited to submit abstracts for the following topics:

  • Health ageing
  • Mental health
  • Reproductive health
  • Violence and abuse
  • Indigenous health
  • Chronic disease and preventative health including cancer and heart disease
  • Healthy lifestyle, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of obesity
  • Preconception, pregnancy, postpartum and intrapartum health of women and babies
  • Sexual health

The keynote speaker for the Forum is Dr Robyn Littlewood, from Health and Wellbeing Queensland. Dr Littlewood is the Chief Executive Officer of Health and Wellbeing Queensland and a leading advocate for health promotion.

For more information visit the conference website at

Last updated 9 April 2021
Last reviewed 9 April 2021