The story of the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign told in just under one minute! Watch our new video below and make sure you sign our petition if you have not done so already. We currently have more than 17,000 signatures but need more.
Last week I sat down to chat with registered nutritionist Mel Wakeman to talk all things menopause and food. We had a great time and could have chatted all afternoon, part two will follow soon.
Following the success of this training day last year I am delighted to announce that we will be running it in central London in June at The Holiday Inn just a few minutes walk from Euston and Kings Cross/St Pancras stations.
Our #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign is doing well with over 16k signatures in just 5 months. BUT we still have a very long way to go, particularly in making the right care available to all women via the NHS.
Another step forward for the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign. Well done @GedlingBC for introducing menopause policy and recognising that menopause awareness & support in the workplace is a win win situation. Council introduces new policy to help women going through menopause
On International Womens Day, Friday 8th March, the team at Minds at Work released the video recording of the Menopause and Mental Health session that Di Danzebrink hosted at last years conference.
Huge thanks to Liz Earle for sharing the details of the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign in her latest podcast in which she invites listeners to look into the work of campaign founder Diane Danzebrink, whom she calls an “amazing woman” and she also mentions our petition, which she says is “hugely important”.
How much do you know about the menopause?. Diane Danzebrink talks to Women Making Waves contributor Bobby Jones about the symptoms and clears up some myths about HRT.
“To me it just seems ridiculous – what we need is mandatory training for medical students rather than this idea that GPs have to do their own training”
The Daily Mail has published a hard-hitting article suggesting millions of women are forced to face the menopause without hormone replacement therapy as GPs ‘remain
influenced by scare stories from decades ago’. Campaign founder Diane Danzebrink is quoted