Book tickets to our seminar: Menopause – The Silent Taboo
Join TV’s Kirsty Wark and Julie Etchingham and meet the country’s leading experts for our seminar: Menopause – The Silent Taboo
Wellbeing of Women is bringing together the country’s leading experts to share their advice and knowledge on dealing with the Menopause.
Professor Mary Ann Lumsden Senior Vice President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Dr Heather Currie, Chair of British Menopause Society, Mr Nick Panay, Consultant Gynaecologist, Professor Myra Hunter, Clinical Health Psychologist and Jackie Lynch, Registered Nutritional Therapist and Chair of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition
Wednesday June 21st, 5.45pm – 8.30pm, Linklaters, 1 Silk Street London EC2Y 8HQ
- The menopause is a natural process that all women go through but women feel unsupported as they silently deal with debilitating symptoms
- Whether to take HRT is one of the biggest questions women face. Recent health scares and conflicting information have left women confused about its safety, so many soldier on too embarrassed to seek help.
Wellbeing of Women has brought together the country’s leading experts for a seminar to discuss:
Symptoms of the menopause including loss of sleep, memory less, low moods and hot flushes
What to expect when and ways of alleviating problems with diet and exercise
Whether to take HRT, and what are the risks?
Guests will leave better informed so they can make the right decisions about their health.
Kirsty Wark of Newsnight will share her own experiences of ‘hard menopause’ that led her to make programme on the subject, My Menopause and Me. Julie Etchingham from ITN News will share what she discovered when she investigated women in the workplace during the menopause for ITV’s Tonight’s programme.
Natural remedies will also form part of our menopause discussion with self-help and nutritional advice.
Tickets: £30 each to include drinks and nibbles
For more information call 020 3697 7000 or email email@example.com