I am delighted to share the short animated menopause film that I have been working on with the team at ForMed films and menopause specialist Hazel Hayden.
We are so pleased to hear that the new Menopause Support information booklet, Understanding Menopause, has been added to the Tools for Clinicians page on the British Menopause Society website and to Fact Sheets on the Women’s Health Concern website, the patient site of the BMS.
Last night just after 11pm (way past my usual bedtime) I had a long chat with Colin Murray on Radio 5 Live about how the menopause landscape has changed since October 2021.
What a way to start the day! Seeing the new Menopause Support booklet pdf on an NHS GP practice website. Huge heartfelt thanks to this practice and all of the others who have adopted the booklet and sent such fabulous feedback!
Recently Diane Danzebrink, founder of Menopause Support, was invited to take part in a webinar focused on menopause support in the workplace, hosted by Reed.com. Reed has kindly made the recording freely available to everybody.
Come and join Diane Danzebrink, founder of menopausesupport.co.uk, for an informative evening on the menopause, perimenopause, mental health, lifestyle,hormones, and much more.
Menopause Support founder Diane Danzebrink joined BBC Radio Northampton presenter Bernie Keith (pictured) to discuss the new booklet we have produced. The chat included information on hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Diane described the “pot luck” some people receive when they take up their symptoms with their GP and called for manadatory menopause information for all Read more about New support booklet discussed on BBC Radio[…]
Menopause Support has launched a new guidance booklet “Understanding Menopause” to support women to better understand and navigate Menopause. The pdf of the booklet is available to download, share or print .
Menopause Support founder Diane Danzebrink has been speaking out about her own experiences after taking part in a novel high-tech experience designed to bring the subject to people’s attention.
What a fabulous day watching menopause lessons being taught to Year 9 students at Winchcombe school in Gloucestershire, who kindly agreed to trial resources in development by Menopause Support.