World Menopause Day: Touch colleagues and faculty share insights
With our workforce being over 70% women, we feel comfortable talking about the menopause and how it can impact our daily working lives.
Here at Touch Medical Media, we have been working to build an awareness and understanding of the menopause across our organisation, and to improve the support available for those experiencing menopause in the workplace.
So we are delighted to support this year’s World Menopause Day, an initiative from the International Menopause Society to raise awareness of the menopause and the support options available for improving health and wellbeing.
Along with content from leading experts in the field, members of our team joined together to discuss their own experiences and challenges with the menopause.
Professor Susan Davis, President of the International Menopause Society
Mr Nicholas Panay, President Elect of the International Menopause Society (IMS)
Dr Haitham Hamoda, President of the British Menopause Society
- An Update from the British Menopause Society
- Maintaining Bone Health and the Benefits and Risks of Hormone Replacement Therapy
Professor Irene Lambrinoudaki, Director of the European Menopause and Andropause Society
- The Importance of World Menopause Day and Raising Awareness of Women’s Health
- Highlights from the EMAS 2021 Conference
- WCO21: Treatment of Menopausal and Vulvovaginal Atrophy Symptoms and Menopausal Hormone Therapy in Treating Menopause-associated Bone Loss
Professor Nicola Veronese
Contemporary Non-hormonal Therapies for the Management of Vasomotor Symptoms Associated with Menopause: A Literature Review
byTaryn L. Smith & Angie S Lobo Romero
We caught up with some of our own team, each sharing their own journeys and experiences
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Personalizing the road ahead for women experiencing vasomotor symptoms during menopause – Watch three experts present management strategies for menopausal vasomotor symptoms and discuss challenging case studies on this topic.
Chair Mr Nicholas Panay and panellists Dr Marla Shapiro C.M. and Prof. Dr. med. Petra Stute