Reports & publications
The Women’s Annual Report 2016 is a report of our operations, and key financial and service performance for the 2015-2016 financial year.
The Women’s Strategic Plan 2016-2020 is our roadmap through to 2020. It sets out our overarching goal, strategic directions and areas of focus to support our vision for transforming healthcare for women and newborns.
View the Women's Hospital Strategic Plan 2016-2020 on this website. A full version and a summary version of the plan can also be downloaded as a PDF.
The Women’s Research Report 2015 – discoveries improving care for women and babies showcases some of our research highlights for calendar year 2015, with a focus on our innovative clinical trial and translation work. Our ability to directly involve patients in research aimed at finding better treatment options is a great strength of our research program.
Formerly our Quality of Care Report, the Women’s Quality Account 2016, provides information on initiatives and improvements in quality and safety at the Women’s and how we compare with our peers. It is also an excellent tool for engaging consumers and encouraging their participation in quality and safety matters at the hospital.
As a statewide leader in addressing family violence as a health issue, the Women’s made a submission and recommendations to the Royal Commission into Family Violence in May 2015. The Women’s acknowledges that hospitals have a unique role in identifying women and children at risk and linking them with support.
The Royal Women’s Statement of Priorities 2014-2015, authored by the Department of Health and Human Services, facilitates delivery of our substantial progress towards the key shared objectives of financial sustainability, quality and safety of service provision and improved access.
Please refer to Reports from previous years for past editions of these and other publications and reports produced by the Women's.
Publications, Reports and Reviews
The Women's produces a range of publications and reviews, as well as promoting professional development opportunities, that contribute to the education of health professionals and supports continuous improvement in effective and efficient patient care.
Clinical Practice Review
The Clinical Practice Review is an occasional e-newsletter which focuses on supporting and promoting evidence-based practice, continuous improvement in clinical quality and safety and optimum outcomes for women and newborn babies.
Visit our publications archive to view previous editions of the Clinical Practice Review
LogOn is a monthly schedule of postgraduate education and staff development meetings, journal clubs, seminars and lectures. View the current edition
The Women’s offers a wide range of online and printed information on women’s health topics. Our comprehensive A to Z consumer fact sheets are user-friendly, regularly updated and some are available in different languages. They are available at consumer fact sheets.
An order form for Women's Health printed publications can be downloaded below.