Once again, the EGA Institute for Women's Health is marking International Women's Day with a series of special events
The Institute for Women’s Health will be hosting four, free, events to celebrate #iwd2023. Please book via the Eventbrite links. All online events will be available on YouTube.
Tuesday 7th March - 13.00 - 14.00: How does social media portray women's health? - Online panel discussion
Chairs: Biba Richardson and Okorite Ephraim
Tracey Bambrough - IVF Babble; Voted best fertility support platform
Dr Annice Mukherjee - The hormone doc
Dr Fabio Fasoli - The effects of body positive and humorous parody imagery on women's body satisfaction
Book your place here - Register Eventbrite - How does social media portray women's health?
Tuesday 7th March 2023 - 7.00 - 8.30 pm: Play: 'Next of Kin'
UCL - Bedford Way (26) G03
Next of kin is a verbatim show about all the (other) ways to make a family. Created through recorded interviews, this collage of voices explores kinship experiments which could unmake dominant assumptions about family: nuclear, romatic, private, genetic, heterosexual, linear, economic.
This piece is by Emily Jones & Hannah Calascione and is currently in development. Join us for a work-in-progress sharing of material with a post-show Q&A with Dr Vasanti Jadva
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Wednesday 8th March 2023, 1.00 - 2.00 pm: Panel Discussion: 'What can Femtech do for women'
Hybid Meeting - Face to Face (Bentham House, LG26 Lecture Room) and Online via Zoom link
Chair: Ece Emin
Kimberly Peven - Flo
Jack Pearson - Natural Cycles
Ann O'Neill – Adora
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Wednesday 8th March 2023 - 5.00 - 6.30 pm - 'Let's Talk About Periods'
Including Screening of Pad Project's Netflix documentary 'Period. End of Sentence'
Leolin Price Lecture Theatre, Institute of Child Health, 40 Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1EH
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