Veterans’ health question included in the government’s “Women’s Health Strategy Call to Evidence”

A question about Veterans’ health has been included in the government’s “Women’s Health Strategy Call to Evidence” that was launched on Monday 8 March.

The aim of this call for evidence is to inform the priorities, content and actions within the Women’s Health Strategy. The easiest way to participate in the call for evidence as an individual is by completing the public survey. This will help us better understand women’s experiences of health, and the health and care system.

Please see the image below to see the inclusion of “Veterans’ health”:

Written submissions from individuals and organisations who have an interest and expertise in women’s health are also welcomed. Written submission can include the contribution of data, research and other reports of relevance, and must be limited to 10 pages. Read further guidance on written submissions.

Click here to take part.

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