Menopause: The impact on women, men and business
WIBF is delighted to co-host with Refinitiv our next Hot Topic event on the Menopause.
Menopause Specialist Dr Theodora Kalentzi MBBS (Equiv.), MSc, MRCGP, DRCOG from Medical Prime will lead this interactive discussion focusing on three key areas.
- Menopause – what is it?
- The impacts on women, men and business
- Top tips for managers, teams and organisations – best practice and research, including how we can better support individuals with the menopause in the workplace
Menopause affects half of the population at some point and the physical and mental effects can impact their working lives, too. Even though it is experienced by women, menopause affects men as family members, friends, colleagues and line managers.
Despite this, menopause is still a taboo subject. This means that it is largely misunderstood and surrounded by myths and stereotypes. The majority of employers do not address menopause within health and wellbeing programmes for their staff, because they don’t recognise it as an important issue or because they are unsure of how to approach it. Join us to develop your knowledge and understanding of the menopause.
We ask attendees to invite a male colleague or family member to this event so that we can continue to break down barriers and raise the profile of this important topic.
12:15 Vivienne Artz, President of WIBF & Global Chief Privacy Officer at Refinitiv, will open the event
12:20 Speaker – Dr Theodora Kalentzi
About Dr Theodora Kalentzi:
The Medical Prime team is led by Dr Theodora Kalentzi. She is a General Practitioner and a British Menopause Society Recognised Menopause Specialist.
Theodora holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and an Advanced Certificate in Menopause Care. She is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Theodora is passionate about quality care, helping people consider a holistic approach to their health, increasing awareness about the perimenopause, the menopause and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). She is currently working on a menopause research project at King’s College London.
Theodora qualified as a doctor in Greece in 1992, where she worked in the community and hospital care before coming to the UK in 1996. She has a Master of Science degree in Health Management from Imperial College London.
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