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Women's Centre for Health Matters survey

The Women’s Centre for Health Matters is conducting a community consultation survey about ACT women’s sexual and reproductive health. This is an opportunity for women to share their views and let them know about health service access, any barriers and their knowledge about key topics such as contraception, STIs, health screening, and termination of pregnancy. They are looking for women of all ages (15 and over), who live or work in the ACT or surrounding regions.

This survey aims to obtain information about:

  • How ACT women access information about their sexual and reproductive health;
  • How and where ACT women are accessing sexual and reproductive health services;
  • Whether there are barriers to that access; and
  • How comfortable ACT women feel in seeking services and advice from health care providers about their sexual and reproductive health.

These questions are of a personal nature, but answers will be anonymous and confidential. It should take approximately 15-30 minutes.

The survey can be accessed at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VLSRDBJ

The UC Medical Centre welcomes Dr Ying Ying Liew

MBBS, FRACGP, Dip of Child Health, FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health

Dr Ying Ying Liew graduated from the University of New South Wales in 2009. She obtained her Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2017. She has worked both in Sydney and Armidale whilst completing her GP training. She has extensive interest in women’s, children’s and refugees’ health. She has completed her family planning course in reproductive and sexual health and Diploma of Child Health (Uni of Sydney and The Children’s Hospital of Westmead). She has worked in Sydney Children’s Hospital and The Orange Base Hospital as a paediatric senior resident medical officer. She also works with Companion House, ACT.

Recently, she has also completed a graduate diploma in family practice dermatology with the National University of Singapore.  

Dr Ying Ying Liew is fluent in Mandarin and Malay language. In her spare time, she enjoys music, drawing and gardening.