Endometriosis Action Month Toolkit | Endometriosis UK

Endometriosis Action Month Toolkit

If you want to support Endometriosis Action Month by posting and sharing content on social media, here are some graphics you may wish to use. Find out more about the Actions we're promoting this month here.

Instagram Images (square), click link to download: 

End the Silence - Take Action

End the Silence - Spread the word

End the Silence - 1 in 10 Challenge

End the Silence - become an Endometriosis Friendly Employer

End the Pain - Don't put it off

End the Pain - Support and Treatment for all

End the Pain - Healthcare practitioner awareness

End the Pain - Push for research

Only 28% of Brits know someone with endometriosis

31% of men and 75% of women can identify endometriosis as a gynaecological condition from a list of options - both numbers have risen since 2021

89% of women aged 16-24 would put off going to the doctor if experiencing painful periods which were interfering with day-to-day activities

53% of UK adults can identify endometriosis as a gynaecological condition from a list of options - an increase from 46% last year

76% of Women would put off going to the doctor if experiencing painful periods which were interering with day-to-day activities 

46% of Brits say that Covid-19 has meant they are now more likely to discuss their health and wellbeing openly at work - only 5% are less likely

60% of women aged 16-24 and 56% of those aged 25-34 would be concerned about discussing the condition with their employer if they were taking time off due to painful periods and chronic pelvic pain

Since it was launched in 2019, the Endometriosis Friendly Employer scheme has been joined by over 80 public, private and non-profit organisations of all sizes.

Endometriosis Friendly Employers commit to developing a work environment and culture that enable employees with endometriosis to thrive at work.

Endometriosis is a common, sometimes debilitating but often ignored gynaecological disease affecting 1 in 10 women and those assigned female at birth

Twitter/Facebook images (rectangles), click on link to download

End the Silence - Take Action

End the Silence - Spread the word

End the Silence - 1 in 10 Challenge

End the Silence - become Endometriosis Friendly Employer

End the Pain - Don't put it off

End the Pain - Support and Treatment for all

End the Pain - Healthcare practitioner awareness

End the Pain - Push for research

Only 28% of Brits know someone with endometriosis

31% of men and 75% of women can identify endometriosis as a gynaecological condition from a list of options - both numbers have risen since 2021

89% of women aged 16-24 would put off going to the doctor if experiencing painful periods which were interfering with day-to-day activities

53% of UK adults can identify endometriosis as a gynaecological condition from a list of options - an increase from 46% last year

76% of women would put off going to the doctor if experiencing painful periods which were interfering with day-to-day activities

46% of Brits say that Covid-19 has meant they are now more likely to discuss their health and wellbeing openly at work - only 5% are less likely

60% of women aged 16-24 and 56% of those aged 25-34 would be concerned about discussing the condition with their employer if they were taking time off due to painful periods and chronic pelvic pain

Since it was launched in 2019, the Endometriosis Friendly Employer scheme has been joined by over 80 public, private and non-profit organisations of all sizes. 

Endometriosis Friendly Employers commit to developing a work environment and culture that enable employees with endometriosis to thrive at work.

Endometriosis is a common, sometimes debilitating but often ignored gynaecological disease affecting 1 in 10 women and those assigned female at birth

 

 

 

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