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Menstrual Health at Work

Supporting menstrual health in the workplace is vital for employers to understand. Supporting those with menstrual health conditions will enable staff to thrive in the workplace, but also allow business to succeed.

Menstrual Health at Work is a way for employers to gain an understanding, develop skills and provide resources about different menstrual health conditions. Our project will raise awareness of 6 conditions:

  • Endometriosis
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
  • Pre-Menstrual Dysphoric Disorder
  • Adenomyosis
  • Fibroids
  • Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

We will share information via webinars, resources and information events, about the conditions, how employers can support staff and the impact these conditions may have on women and their careers. Our next webinar is 'Adenomyosis at Work', taking place on 10th April 2024. 

Register for Adenomyosis at Work

'Adenomyosis at Work' is the fourth in a series of FREE menstrual health at work webinars, for employers and workplace representatives who want to create a supportive environment for those affected by menstrual health conditions.

In this session we will explore what adenomyosis is, how it can affect people at work and what employers can do to create supportive workplaces.

Menstrual Health at Work Information Days

Join us at our in person event on Menstrual Health at Work. At this event we will explore the importance of understanding menstrual health, how it can affect people at work and what employers can do to create supportive workplaces.

Menstrual Health at Work Birmingham Information Day - 19th June 2024

For more information on improving menstrual health in the workplace please get in touch on employers@endometriosis-uk.org

 

Menstrual Health at Work Webinars

March 2023: Endometriosis at Work

The first in the Menstrual Health at Work series, this webinar explores what endometriosis is, how it can affect people at work, and the importance of workplace support.

 

September 2023: PCOS at Work

The second in the Menstrual Health at Work series, this webinar explores what PCOS is, how it can affect people at work, and the importance of workplace support.

 

November 2023: PMDD at Work

The third in the ‘Menstrual Health at Work’ series, this webinar explores what PMDD is, how it affects people at work, and the importance of workplace support.