Yesterday I was in the beautiful county of Dorset with the lovely people at Dorset NHS CCG to deliver “Understanding Menopause-Your Questions Answered”. It was so encouraging to meet people within the organisation who are so passionate about raising menopause awareness and improving menopause education. Thank you to everyone for making me so welcome and Read more about Di heads to Dorset[…]
The next episode of the podcast “Menopause, The Good, the Bad and the Downright Sweaty” is out now. Sophie and I chat to Jane Lewis about the urinary and vaginal symptoms of menopause and why it’s so important they are diagnosed and managed correctly.
Earlier this week I sat down with my friend and colleague Dr Nighat Arif to talk about menopause and the cultural challenges that women face from the mainly Pakistani community where Nighat lives and works.
Understanding Menopause is coming to Solihull on the 30th of November. I will be joined by Jane Lewis (Author of “Me and My Menopausal Vagina”) to talk all things menopause and answer your questions.
Diane discusses all things sexual health and pleasure during and after menopause with expert Sam Evans, who is former nurse and co founder of Jo Divine, an online sex toy company.
We thought you would like to know that our “Good, the Bad and the Downright Sweaty” podcast series is now available on Apple Podcasts.
The lovely Lorraine Kelly has shown her support for the MMM campaign by recording this short video for us.
Friday was World Menopause Day and there was lots of campaign activity last week including a visit to Westminster to talk to MPs about the remaining aims of the campaign plus a feature for the campaign amongst the Mumsnet community and podcasts released on the Liz Earle Wellbeing and Megs Menopause websites, where I discussed Read more about Over 40,000 signatures in 48 hours![…]
Di took part in a podcast organised by celebrity menopause campaigner Meg Matthews recently to discuss all things menopause in the workplace – they were joined by Kate Nowicki, who is an Acas Area Director based in Nottingham.
Dawn Butler, Shadow Secretary of State for Women and Equalities, has backed the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign. She told “The Voice” publication: : “I am pleased to support this vital campaign and its aims – because menopause does matter.