Diane is pictured at a TUC filming session for the video to part of their E-note to assist union representatives when talking about menopause. Her interview will form part of the advice given to workers by their unions when it comes to dealing with menopause in the workplace. Diane was invited earlier this year by Read more about Interview for the TUC will help advise workers on menopause[…]
Di Danzebrink was interviewed for this podcast, described as “An in-depth interview with the UKs leading menopause warriors who want to change the change! Josephine Pembroke talks to Samantha Evans from Jo Divine sex toys, Sam is an ex nurse and writer and commentator on all things sexual – especially women over 40. And Diane Read more about Radio Gorgeous Interview – Menopause and Sex, the Facts[…]
On behalf of Menopause Support, Di Danzebrink has written to both the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and the General Medical Council (GMC) asking for their advice for women who are being refused HRT on non- medical grounds. Said Di: “I am hoping that they will both provide some guidance for women Read more about We challenge the establishment when women are refused HRT on non-medical grounds[…]
Diane was invited by the Womens Forum and Equalities Committee of the Wales Trade Unions Council (TUC) to speak at the recent launch of their survey report on menopause and to introduce a toolkit for union representatives. The survey, held throughout 2016, produced the biggest-ever response the Wales TUC have ever had and almost 4,000 Read more about And so to Wales…..[…]
Having attempted to raise the issue of menopause with the Dept of Health in the past to no avail I thought I would contact the shadow health secretary to see if he might take this issue a little more seriously. Watch this space………. Good Afternoon Jonathan I recently met with your colleague Carolyn Harris at Read more about Letter to the Shadow Health Secretary, Jonathan Ashworth…[…]
Three quarters of women say that the menopause caused them to change their life and over half say it had a negative impact on their lives*. Those are the headlines from a recent survey conducted by the British Menopause Society (BMS), released to mark World Menopause Day. The findings reveal the need for greater support Read more about A new survey highlights impact of the menopause on every aspect of women’s lives in the UK[…]
Diane was asked to contribute to this article by Sophie Gallagher featured on the Huffington Post news website. Ever find yourself feeling hot and flustered and described it as having a hot flush? Although many people joke about this symptom, for 80% of women who experience side effects during the menopause, they can be totally debilitating. Read more about Seven reasons why menopausal hot flushes are no joke.[…]
Diane was a visitor to Kat Orman’s show on BBC Radio Oxford on October 19th, phoning in to tell her story as part of a discussion with other callers and studio guests.
Diane Danzebrink and Dr. Louise Newson of Menopause Support were in London today to take part in a live Channel 5 News discussion segment for World Menopause Day, hosted by Sian Williams. The menopause caused some of the women involved in the panel discussion to lose their memory or even consider taking their own life Read more about World Menopause Day – let’s help end the stigma[…]
Our recent session held at the Westonbirt Arboretum attracted more than 50 people, and involved plenty of questions and a great deal of feedback from our audience.The session, led by Menopause Support Founder, Diane Danzebrink and expert GP Dr. Louise Newsom, achieved national news coverage following a ban on advertising it by Google, which was later retracted after news coverage in the Daily Mail.