Day 2 - Agenda
Day 2 of the webinar series will focus on pharmaceutical interventions and occupational health.
We will discuss the need for more research to understand the full cycle of the menopause and its impact on our working lives, which aspects of the menopause can be impacted by pharmaceutical interventions, the challenges of conducting research into hormone therapies, the need for more research into how people going through the menopause can be supported at work and the support that employers can provide through workplace adjustments.
The panel will endeavour to make recommendations aimed at influencing policy as well as increasing research investment into people’s health, to raise awareness of menopause related health impacts and available resources.
Please note that the speaker line up for this webinar has changed.
Session 2 – Raise Awareness – Speakers & Chair:
Chaired by Dr Sheuli Porkess
Professor Amanda Griffiths, Professor of Occupational Health Psychology, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) practitioner psychologist.
Dr Flic Gabbay, Managing Partner of tranScrip, FPM vice-president.
Bookings will close at 10:00 on October 14 2021.
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Please note: this workshop will be held on Zoom.
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- evidence (certificate of attendance), and
- reflection, specifically a couple of paragraphs on what you learnt, what effect it will have on your current practice and how it relates to Good Medical Practice.
Upload these into your portfolio and self-allocate your CPD points at 0.25 credits per 15 mins.
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