Women’s Weekly Named Official Media Partner For Women’s Health Week

Women’s Weekly Named Official Media Partner For Women’s Health Week
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Jean Hailes for Women’s Health has announced The Australian Women’s Weekly as an official media partner for Women’s Health Week 2018.

Now in its sixth year, Women’s Health Week is the national annual campaign for not-for-profit organisation Jean Hailes for Women’s Health.

The campaign seeks to encourage, educate and inspire all women across Australia to put their health first and recognise the long-term benefits of good health and wellbeing.

Janet Michelmore, executive director of Jean Hailes, said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with The Australian Women’s Weekly.

“Like Jean Hailes, The Australian Women’s Weekly is a trusted brand for providing women with credible, factual and up-to-date information on health.

“Together we look forward to helping women from all over Australia understand the importance of maintaining good health now to ensure a healthier and happier future.”

Women’s Weekly editor-in-chief Nicole Byers said: “Sharing relevant, quality women’s health information with our readers is important to us.

“We also understand our readers, like most of us, live very busy lives and need the occasional reminder to set aside time for their own health and wellbeing.”

Women’s Health Week runs from Monday 3 September until Friday 7 September 2018.

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