Jean Hailes Women’s Health Week 2022 focuses on the top five health concerns for women

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Karen Sweaney

Editor, Australasian Leisure Management

Artist, geoscientist and writer for the leisure industry, Karen Sweaney is editor-in-chief of Australasian Leisure Management. Based in Sydney, Australia, her specific areas of interest include arts, entertainment, environment, fitness, tourism and wellness.

She has degrees in Fine Arts from the University of Sydney and in Geological Oceanography from UNSW.

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