Menopause And The City project launch + public information event on 16/10/23 at The Digital Hub.
Expect engaging discussions, informative presentations, and interactive workshops led by experts in the field. A wide range of topics will be covered, including managing symptoms, maintaining physical and mental well-being, and navigating relationships during this transformative phase of life.
Date: Monday, 16th October
Venue: iD8 Studio at The Gatelodge, Roe Lane (off Thomas Street), The Digital Hub, Dublin 8, D08 EY05. Get Directions on Google Maps.
Tickets: This event is free but you must register for a ticket at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/menopause-and-the-city-tickets-708048069837
Further information: Please visit the event page at https://informd.ie/menopause-and-the-city
Menopause And The City is a Smart D8 pilot from Dr Louise Fitzgerald of Grafton Medical Practice/InforMD.ie. The pilot aims to educate women and their family and friends about menopause so they can be empowered to manage their symptoms using self-management strategies but equally know when to seek professional help appropriately.
A project with truly scalable potential, Dr Louise Fitzgerald is aiming for Dublin 8 to become the centre of the first city-wide approach to positive menopause education and support.
This free event — on 16th October — ahead of World Menopause Day on the 18th — is the launch event of Menopause And The City. It’s also the perfect opportunity to come together and discuss the challenges and experiences of menopause in a relaxed and informal setting.
- Aoife Nic Shamhráin, menopause specialist.
- Ciara McKenna, menopause specialist.
- Clare Farrell, women’s health physiotherapist.
- Orna O’Brien, senior dietitian.
- Centric Mental Health, chartered clinical counselling psychologist
- Plus more to be announced, including keynote speaker.
The event is free to attend but you must register in advance at https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/menopause-and-the-city-tickets-708048069837
For updates on the event please see https://informd.ie/menopause-and-the-city