Join us for a relaxed evening at the Canny Goat Coffee House in Newcastle City Centre, where we'll be shining a light on women's health in the workplace.
Join us for this CPD accredited conference for professionals. The day will provide evidence based presentations and workshops to explore the best practice in supporting those affected by Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD).
Sat, 25 April 2020 08:30 – 17:30 BST
Building on the success of PMDD & Me 2019 we are delighted to support PMDD & Me 2020!
This day is designed entirely for you and your own unique experience of living with PMDD. Whether you are a sufferer or love someone who is, there is something for you here.
PMDD & Me delivers only verifiable, evidence-based information and work to empower you in becoming your own menstrual health advocate. The theme for 2020 is Managing your PMDD: Symptoms & Solutions - you will have a wide range of workshop options, a bigger exhibition and more opportunities to network and share experiences.
In a brand new, purpose-built conference venue, situated just an hour from London via train or car, the University of Winchester is an ideal location overlooking the historic city. Only 10 minutes from the train station and with excellent park and ride facilities, the venue is accessible for everyone.
Please note, if you are a health professional, whilst you are very welcome to attend this day, there is a purpose-made day just for you on 24th April 2020.
We are delighted to offer See Her Thrive subscribers 10% off the full ticket price. Simply use code thrive2020 at checkout.
The first of its kind in the U.K., PMDD & Me 2019 is bringing together PMDD warriors with survivors in the revolution of being heard, understood and supported.
Join us on this groundbreaking day to celebrate our combined strength and voices, to raise our heads above this debilitating disorder and to create a network of strong, powerful women.
We will have talks on the most up to the minute research, from leading experts, and from PMDD survivors and their families.
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