Dorset is to host its 1st Women’s Well being Symposium with guest appearances from Scottish comediennes Janey Godley and Helen Lederer.
The women, two of the greatest-regarded faces in the discipline of comedy, crafting and performing will be at the Lighthouse Poole on Thursday March 9.
Helen has extensive had a eager fascination in marketing and supporting women in the well being arena.
She will be launching the day’s occasion inquiring, pretty simply just: “Why do we need to chat about women’s wellness?”
As Patron of the charity, GO Ladies, Helen claimed, “I am honoured to assist start this women’s well being celebration.
“So quite a few individuals doing vital get the job done – the working day ought to be entire of desire, discussion and reflection.”
Marianne Storey, pictured left, Chair of Women’s Motion Community Dorset, explained: “With the publication of the Women’s Health and fitness Tactic last calendar year, there has under no circumstances been a much more pertinent time to hear women’s voices, or to share and master about the place Dorset is at in supporting gals with their wellbeing.”
The tactic sets out a ten year approach to increase wellbeing results for women of all ages, on the lookout specifically at how women’s voices are heard.
Hilary Maxwell, pictured proper, Chair of GO Girls, explained “For significantly way too extensive, women’s voices in healthcare have been marginalised – locked away and usually stifled.
“Dorset is a county of broad diversity, notably in phrases of geographical place and prosperity.
“All these components affect hugely on overall health.
“Ovarian most cancers results, them selves, are some of the poorest in this region.”
The symposium will follow a lifestyle course solution – from menstruation to menopause.
Sharon McCartney, Go Girls’ Trustee, mentioned: “It will give women of all ages a likelihood to listen to about numerous areas of well being.
“There’s a thing for every person.”
Janey Godley, pictured left, has been going through her very own remedy for ovarian most cancers and knows first-hand the importance of speaking up about women’s wellness.
She explained: “Ovarian cancer has been a rollercoaster of emotions.
“I’m far more decided than ever to are living lifetime to the entire and to adhere two fingers up to the stigma of most cancers and anything that goes with it.
“It’s a lot more vital than ever that gatherings like this give persons the likelihood to understand about issues like women’s cancers, and other women’s well being disorders, so that they know what to glimpse for and to get treatment method as soon as they maybe can.
“I’m delighted to be sharing my tale at this function in the center of my ‘I’m Not Dead Yet’ tour.
“We need to have to discuss about this kind of things.
“Cancer can ‘jog on’ as much as I’m worried.”
Daniel Webster, pictured correct, Clinical Director for the Women’s Wellness Specialty Treatment Team at University Hospitals Dorset and marketing consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, reported: “I am definitely on the lookout forward to this symposium.
“It will be a superb opportunity to talk to and educate other folks about – some thing I am hugely passionate about – improving upon women’s’ healthcare.”
Marianne explained: “We are hoping regional enterprise will seem to help and sponsor the celebration to exhibit their determination to women’s wellness in the place of work.”
The all-working day celebration is becoming held at the Lighthouse, Poole.
- Tickets can be booked right here.