Among the many recent menopause news headlines and parliamentary updates spearheaded by Carolyn Harris MP, Harley Street at Home is thrilled to have made headlines of our own – announcing an exciting collaboration with Doctor Zoe Schaedel and Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust (SCFT) to help their staff thrive through their menopause transition.
Recognising the impact of menopause in the workplace, and the needless and preventable loss of employees affected by menopause, the unique menopause support programme is the first of its kind for the trust. It aims to help staff affected by menopause to access evidence-based medical and lifestyle support information to manage their menopause journey. It also aims to help raise awareness for staff indirectly affected by menopause to build a community of understanding and support.
If you’d like to find out more about this exciting collaboration take a look at the press release. And if you’d like to find out how we could help you with a menopause support programme in your workplace, please email Nigel@Harleystathome.com and arrange a time to chat.
The groundbreaking collaboration with SCFT was announced on World Menopause Day, two days after we aired an exclusive interview on www.harleystathome.com with Dr Paula Briggs, recently appointed as British Menopause Society chair.
Paula is a Consultant in sexual and reproductive health based at Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust where she is devoted to the delivery of women’s health care, research and education. We were thrilled to be able to talk with her about all things menopause and menopause awareness. If you missed it, you can watch the interview on catch up.
Nigel Denby took the opportunity to jump onto Jennis, a woman’s health fitness platform, to share his evidence based guidance about how to eat well during perimenopause. His proven approach to menopause weight management is the foundation of Harley Street at Home’s Back to Basics menopause weight management and lifestyle plan, that has helped thousands of women make meaningful change to their menopause lifestyles. No fads, no gimmicks. Just practical tips that work.
Harley Street at Home were also thrilled to contribute a guest blog to Sarah Graham’s Hysterical Women website. The blog highlights the importance of mental health issues in menopause, the theme for world menopause day 2022.
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