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Connect, share, learn and be inspired

The purpose of the menopause@work network meet-ups is to provide a space where workplace professionals interested in this area can connect, share their experience , learn from each other and be inspired by what others are doing.

At each event we hear from different workplaces, or researchers who are studying this area, so we can learn from the latest theory as well as application.


Upcoming Network Meetings

Tuesday July 19th, 2022 Cognition during Menopause   12 - 1.15 pm 

Presenter: Associate Professor and a clinical neuropsychologist Caroline Gurvich will share the preliminary results from her research into cognitive changes during the menopause transition, and will offer practical strategies for managing brain fog in the workplace. 

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Past Network Meetings - Recordings

Catchup on all our meetings 24/7 via the videos below

Employment Law and Menopause

Presenter: Nicola Martin, partner in the Labour & Employment Practice Group at Squire Patton Boggs.

March, 2022.

Getting Menopause on your workplace agenda

Presenters: Rebecca Clancy and Jill Sears from Melbourne Water and Emma Howard, National Mental Health Manager, Clayton Utz.

October 2021


How to Navigate your Career During Menopause

Presenters: Janelle Delany, partner atIBM, Sally Murphy, TAFENSW and Kerry O’Connor Highschool teacher, Logan, Queensland.

August 2021


What workplaces are doing regarding menopause at work.

Features presenters from Penny Spalding, Queensland Teachers Union, Kim Lion and Scott Laird IPG Mediabrands and Julie Stafford. University of Cantebury, New Zealand.

April 2021


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