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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
Date: Stay tuned for the 2024 program
Free to attend
Past Network Meetings - Recordings
Catchup on all our meetings 24/7 via the videos below
Is menopause / menstruation leave a good idea?
Dani Howe from Western Sydney University and Endo@Work Project and Fiona Hitchener from Parents at Work examine the pros and cons of Menopause/Menstruation Leave.
What are workplaces doing about menopause? Learning from our Peers.
Hear how one private and one large government sector organisation have been embedding menopause awareness into their workplaces. Presenters: Rosanna Luca, Senior Engagement Officer at NSW Dept of Planning and Environment and Anu Wettasinghe, Diversity, Inclusion and Wellbeing Manager at QBE Insurance Australia.
When sexed language matters - Women's Health at Work
Presenter: Karleen Gribble who is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Western Sydney University speaks about the importance of sexed language in communications regarding reproductive health.
What Does Best Practice Look Like?
World leaders in the menopause@work space share insights into the latest research, and the standards that workplaces need to demonstrate in order to achieve the UK's Menopause-Friendly Accreditation.
Breast Cancer, Medical Menopause & Workplace Support
Sue Woodall Founder of LiveWorkCancer and Dr Kelly Teagle Founder of WellFemme present to the Menopause@Work Asia Pacific workplace network about breast cancer, medical menopause and how workplaces can accomodate this common health challenge.
Cognition During Menopause: Implications for Workplaces
Presenter: Clinical Neuropsychologist and Associate Professor Caroline Gurvich, Monash University, Head of the Hormones and Cognition Group.
Employment Law and Menopause
Presenter: Nicola Martin, partner in the Labour & Employment Practice Group at Squire Patton Boggs.
Getting Menopause on your workplace agenda
Presenters: Rebecca Clancy and Jill Sears from Melbourne Water and Emma Howard, National Mental Health Manager, Clayton Utz.
How to Navigate your Career During Menopause
Presenters: Janelle Delany, partner atIBM, Sally Murphy, TAFENSW and Kerry O’Connor Highschool teacher, Logan, Queensland.
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.
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