A word from our host – “It was truly an excellent presentation delivered with a lot of knowledge and passion and she has the knack of presenting complicated processes in a simple way (a fantastic allegory of the classroom to explain the roles played by all the hormones). I personally had a lot of ‘aha’ moments as she shared concrete tips and demystified the M-word as she pursued her mission to educate EVERYONE on menopause. What it means, how it works and how we can assist others during this period, also in the workplace.” Julie Kennedy, APC, Host, Netherlands
Relive the incredible insights and valuable discussions on “HOW HOT ARE YOU? Why we all need to know about menopause in the workplace!” featuring our special guest Tracey Dennison.
During this 45-minute masterclass, Tracey delved into:
- What are menopause and peri-menopause;
- What women might have experienced during this time; and
- What are the most impactful help and support?
Watch the recording here:
Tracey is the Consultant Nurse Practitioner at East Riding Aesthetics & Wellness, a multi-award-winning clinic which specialises in restorative and regenerative medical aesthetic treatments to give natural-looking, confidence-boosting enhancements.
Tracey is also passionate about engaging patients on their wellness journey and specialises in Menopause care. Highly trained in both Menopause Care and Lifestyle Medicine, Tracey’s ethos is holistic patient-centred care with a focus on patient empowerment and ownership of their health journey. This focuses on body positivity, nutrition management and hormone balancing.
Tracey is regularly seen speaking at conferences locally, nationally and internationally discussing aesthetic medicine, menopause management and mindset principles and is well-published in several peer-reviewed professional journals.
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