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The Path to Health Equality: Business Brunch

24th April 2024


Crystalbrook Riley
131/141 Esplanade, Cairns City 4870


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The Path to Health Equality: Queensland Women and Girls’ Health Strategy 2032

Advance Cairns invites you to an exclusive brunch event focused on advancing women’s health and empowerment in Far North Queensland. Minister for Health the Hon Shannon Fentiman MP will share insights into the comprehensive Queensland Women and Girls’ Health Strategy 2032 and its impact on our region.

Following Minister Fentiman’s presentation, guests will have the opportunity to engage in a Q&A discussion with key health sector leaders moderated by Advance Cairns CEO Jacinta Reddan.

Limited bookings available. Secure your ticket today and be at the forefront of positive change for a healthier community.

$5 from every ticket purchased will be donated to Centacare FNQ.

Grazing brunch menu:
Chef’s selection of open sandwiches and wraps | Curried eggplant samosas with a mint and cumin yoghurt raita (V) | Coffee and walnut slice (V) | Lemon and coconut cake (V) | Fruit selection (V) | Coffee and tea
Please email if you have any specialised dietary requirements.

The Hon Shannon Fentiman MP, Minister for Health, Mental Health and Ambulance Services, and Minister for Women introduced by the Hon Michael Healy MP, Member for Cairns, Minister for Tourism and Sport

Suzanne Andrews, CEO Gurriny Yealamuck Health Service Aboriginal Corporation | Leena Singh, CEO Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health ServiceAnita Veivers, Executive Director Centacare Far North Queensland

The Hon Shannon Fentiman MP

Minister for Health, Mental Health and Ambulance Services, and Minister for Women

“Women and girls’ health affects everyone. I want Queensland women and girls to be supported to achieve their full health potential, to continue to participate in our economy, and to fully contribute to Queensland society.”

Shannon is committed to social justice and throughout her career has worked to improve the lives of working people. She is passionate about fighting discrimination and unfairness at work and in the community.

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Queensland Women and Girls’ Health Strategy 2032

The Queensland Government is committed to advancing the rights and interests of women and girls, increasing their economic participation, and working to achieve gender equality in Queensland.

The new Strategy aims to address health inequity and improve access to health care for women and girls living in Queensland.

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