Menopause and Menstrual Health at Work: Changing the Conversation

Published: 15 February 2024

6 March. An event in aid of International Women's Day 2024

three women in discussion

6 March 2024. 12:00 - 13:15
The Hot House, Adam Smith Business School and PGT Hub

The Adam Smith Business School is delighted to present this event in aid of International Women's Day 2024. 

Supporting women’s health has long been recognised as key to a thriving economy and society, and workplaces are key in providing enabling environments that are free from stigma. But what practical steps can leaders make towards menopause and menstrual friendly organisations? Join us for an in-person interactive event where a panel of high-profile experts from policy, practice and health will discuss how to best facilitate positive solutions surrounding menopause and menstrual health at work.

Please note that this event will start at 12noon prompt. Doors will open at 11.45 am.

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  • Richard Caddis: Director of Health, Safety & Wellbeing and Chief Medical Officer, BT Group
  • Nina Kuypers: Founder, Black Women in Menopause
  • Jenifer Sassarini: Consultant Gynaecologist and Menopause Lead, Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS
  • Felicity Sung, Women’s Health Plan, Scottish Government
  • James Vasey, Directorate for Health Workforce, Scottish Government
  • Leann Panglea, Head of CIPD Scotland and Northern Ireland

Chaired by Professor Kathleen Riach, University of Glasgow

Welcome by Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal of the University of Glasgow

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First published: 15 February 2024

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