Women’s heart health session to be delivered in Greek in Melbourne


In support of Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week, Monash Council and Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health are holding a free morning tea and information session on women and heart health on Friday September 8 in Oakleigh.

The session is delivered in Greek with a focus on, ‘Grow Your Knowledge’ for this years Women’s Health Week. The theme aims to support women in making informed decisions about their health with easy to understand information.

The morning tea is a free event with a friendly chat, and attendees will receive a free Jean Hailes tote bag and other goodies.

Event details:

The session delivered in Greek, for Women and Heart Health, at 10:30am to 12:00pm on September 8 September at Oakleigh Chambers, 1 Atherton Road, Oakleigh. Booking is essential: Trybooking

Read more: Australian women encouraged to think about their health




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