Day 1 - Agenda
Day 1 of the webinar series will introduce the menopause and the perimenopause where the panel will discuss the issues surrounding the definition of both these conditions, particularly as perimenopause is not formally recognised.
The panel will also consider the spectrum of symptoms experienced by people and the cultural dimensions that are often overlooked.
The challenges faced by menopausal people in the workplace and the possible impact on their careers will also be explored.
Session 1 – Raise Awareness – Speakers & Chair:
Chaired by Professor Chloe Orkin, Professor of HIV Medicine, Queen Mary University London and the Vice President of the Medical Women’s Federation.
Ms Lauren Chiren, Authority on Menstruation & Menopause at Work, Executive Coach assisting Finance & Legal Professionals to switch stress & anxiety to calm, focus & confidence, International Speaker, Facilitator & Trainer.
Ms Stella Duffy OBE, Award-winning novelist, trainee Existential Psychotherapist and doctoral researcher into the embodied experience of postmenopause.
Dr Nneka Nwokolo, Senior Global Medical Director, ViiV Healthcare, Consultant Physician in Sexual Health and HIV Medicine.
Dr Rebecca Lewis, GP with a special interest in menopause.
Dr Pauline Williams, Head of Global Health R&D at GlaxoSmithKline
Bookings will close at 10:00 on October 7 2021.
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