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Jean Hailes for Women’s Health and APNA partner for Women’s Health Week
APNA is proud to be a Community Partner once again for Women’s Health Week by Jean Hailes for Women’s Health.
Move it Monday video submission
Monday 6 September 2021 is Move it Monday— the first day of Women’s Health Week and a day dedicated to promoting the health benefits of just 30 minutes of physical activity a day.
Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is inviting APNA members to get involved and submit video footage on how they incorporate ‘movement’ in their working days.
The videos will be used to promote Move it Monday and provide great ideas on how make moving fun and easy.
To get involved in the video promotion:
- Read this video submission guide. It has simple tips on how to record the best footage and get the best lighting. It also includes a link to download the music track and where to upload your finished video.
- Sign this consent form and send to email@example.com or Jean Hailes, WHW Team, Level 4, 176 Wellington Parade, East Melbourne VIC 3002. This gives Jean Hailes permission to use the video.
Submissions close Friday 11 June, so get recording nurses!
Good health is powerful! So for this year’s Women’s Health Week, from 6-10 September, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is inviting women and girls to join the week to find the support, connection and information they need to be healthy in mind and body.
Women’s Health Week is the biggest week in Australia focusing on good health and wellbeing for women and girls.
Held in the first week of September every year since 2013, the health awareness campaign is a perfect time for women to put themselves and their health first.
“Women’s Health Week is a great reminder of the importance of good health, and that a little self-care can go a long way,” says Brenda Jones, Women’s Health Week campaign manager. “So make sure you have the date in your diary and start thinking about how you might celebrate the week.”
Ms Jones says there are three easy and fun ways for women to power their health this Women’s Health Week.
“First, you can sign up to receive free daily health emails; second, you can host an event and help women connect and support each other; and third, you can join in other events which can be found listed on the campaign website www.womenhealthweek.com.au,” she says.
“By signing up early you’ll also receive monthly updates in the lead-up to the week with great tips and ideas for getting involved.”
Women’s health. Powerful stuff.™