Women’s health session to be held in Wyndham


Women’s health will be the topic of an information session at Victoria University’s Werribee campus next month.

The women’s health information session is a joint initiative of Victoria University and the Wyndham Health Foundation and will cover a range of topics including menopause, polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis, and fertility.

The session will feature renowned experts on each of these topics who will share their latest findings and provide attendees with practical tips on managing these important health issues.

Wyndham Health Foundation chief executive Leanne Down, expressed her excitement about the upcoming event.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with Victoria University and St Vincent’s Private in bringing together such esteemed experts to shed light on crucial matters pertaining to women’s health,” Ms Down said.

“This event promises to be informative and insightful, providing attendees with valuable knowledge and practical advice on various aspects of women’s health.

Victoria University’s Professor Lily Stojanovska, a distinguished figure in the field of nutrition and health, will be presenting on menopause. Victoria University’s Ms Meni Malamouli, a promising researcher with a personal connection to polycystic ovary syndrome, will share insights from both a scientific and personal perspective. St Vincent’s Private A/Prof Vinay Rane, an experienced obstetrician and gynaecologist, and St Vincent’s Private Dr Latika Cilly, a specialist in high-risk obstetrics, will also be contributing their expertise to the session.

The session will be held on Tuesday March 19 at 6pm.

Entry is free, but registrations are essential.

For more information visit drct-whf.prod.supporterhub.net/events/health-information-sessions-2024