The Select Committee on Endometriosis has been formed to inquire into and report on -

a) the number of women in South Australia who suffer from Endometriosis;
b) the barriers to getting a diagnosis, gaining access to treatment including primary care, specialist clinics and ongoing pain management;
c) the current treatment and supports available, their evidence-based effectiveness and potential side effects and impacts;
d) the impacts to employment of sufferers and employer best practice in supporting women with the condition;
e) education available to young women, healthcare professionals and others;
f) research and trials currently being explored in Australia; and
g) any other related matters

Any person or organisation wishing to make a submission to the Committee is invited to do so by COB 31 May 2024. Written submissions to be addressed to:

Parliamentary Officer
Select Committee on Endometriosis
GPO Box 572
Adelaide SA 5001

All submissions will be made publicly available unless specifically requested and determined  by the Committee.

Further information about the Committee can be found on the Committee’s webpage

Telephone enquiries: (08) 8237 9384

Acknowledgement of Country

The Parliament of South Australia acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of this country throughout Australia, and their connection to land and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures and to the Elders both past and present.