The WPH network is committed to ensuring that women are represented from a range of roles and from early in their career and beyond.

You can become a member of WPH here.

Women in Public Health (WPH) is a network of women from across Australia working to advance gender equity in public health leadership.

WPH advances gender equity by:

  • highlighting inequities – highlighting the inequities that exist in leadership in public health and the value of diverse women’s voices in advancing health
  • elevating voices – elevating the voices of women in public policy discussions, in the media, in government processes and in other public forums
  • connecting women – connecting women working to advance public health across research, policy, healthcare and service settings and beyond the health sector.

The WPH network is committed to ensuring diverse representation including among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women, women from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds, Women with Disabilities, LGBTIQA+ women and trans and non-binary people. 

You can also find out more about WPH here.