She's Out There is a podcast created for Tasmanian women about sexual and reproductive health.
Episode 6a Getting help when sex is painful – Dr Sue Mallett
In the 1970s and 80s most of adolescent Australia learnt about sex and sexuality from the doctor who wrote a column for Dolly magazine – Dolly Doctor. For our podcast, we’ve been lucky to have Dr Sue Mallett available to answer all sorts of questions about these sometimes tricky topics.
In this final episode in the series, Dr Sue talks with Women’s Health Tasmania CEO Jo Flanagan about the things that can cause painful sex – vaginismus, vulvodynia or just not being into it.
Episode 6 Getting help when sex is painful - Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist Rachel Andrew
When Rachel Andrew graduated from her master’s degree, her mother crocheted a vulva for her. Not your everyday graduation present but a useful tool for a continence and women’s health physio looking for a way to discuss anatomy in a comfortable way. Women’s Health Tasmania CEO Jo Flanagan talks with Rachel about the very hopeful news on treatment for women who experience painful sex.
Episode 5 Termination of pregnancy in Tasmania
The termination of a pregnancy is a huge, difficult and sometimes frightening decision. In this episode Women's Health Tasmania CEO Jo Flanagan and Launceston GP Dr Sue Mallett explain what is involved for any woman researching this decision.
Episode 4a Women's Health Tasmania Health worker Jen talks about bivisibilty, the importance of community connection and gives some helpful advice to health professionals
Women's Health Tasmania Health worker Jen talks about bivisibilty, the importance of community connection as well as some helpful advice for health professionals wanting to be more inclusive in their practice.
Episode 4b Bonus - Advice from Dr Sue about safe sex and cervical screening if you are sexually active
Launceston GP Dr Sue Mallett has a special interest in sexual and reproductive health. In this bonus episode, she gives helpful advice about safe sex and the importance of cervical screening for anyone with a cervix who is sexually active.
Episode 4 Bisexual women's access to health care in Tasmania
Sociologist Dr Ruby Grant takes us through what the letters stand for in LGBTQI+ and then shares insights from her research with young bisexual women into their experiences of accessing sexual health care in Tasmania.