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Menopause Awareness Workshops - City Campus

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NTU- City Campus

Newton 44

Nottingham

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Safety and Wellbeing Services are pleased to be working in association with Dr Claire Hardy of Kings College London and not-for-profit organisation Women’s Health at Work to offer menopause awareness raising sessions for staff - both women and men - at Nottingham Trent University.

The workshops have been designed to increase knowledge of the effects and impact of going through the menopause, raise awareness through evidence based advice, provide straightforward suggestions about what workplaces can do to improve workplace environments for menopausal women, including how to have sensible conversations with women about the issues affecting work.

The menopause “is often a hidden health concern of working women, and it is so important that workers of all ages are better informed about how to confidently manage health issues such as this in their workplaces” Dr Richard Heron, President of The Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM).

Dr Claire Hardy is a chartered Occupational Psychologist has been working jointly with fellow chartered psychologists and researchers for a number of years on a research programme funded by the charity Wellbeing of Women, to produce brief, helpful tools for women and for managers/employers about menopause at work. She has been working with several organisations across the UK and given a number of talks to companies, trade unions, and policy makers groups. Her research is published in some of the top menopause and women’s health journals in the world and she is considered one of the leading experts on the topic of menopause in the workplace.

Nottingham Trent University is leading the way in providing workshops on the subject of menopause to its members of staff

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NTU- City Campus

Newton 44

Nottingham

United Kingdom

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