Pushing Play On Menopause

A FREE Information evening with Australia’s leading experts in women’s health.

Take control of your menopause journey by harnessing the latest research, insights, and advice with Dr Amanda Beech, A/Prof John Eden, and Allegra Spender MP.

Registrations are essential.

Date
Thu 2nd May 2024
Time
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location
Paddo RSL, 220/232 Oxford St
Paddington

ABOUT THE EVENT

Join us for this FREE Information evening with Australia’s leading experts in women's health where they will share the latest research, insights, and advice on menopause.

Menopause is the normal transition for women though, the consequences of debilitating symptoms can be far-reaching. This event is designed for community members navigating the perimenopausal or menopausal journey as well as those supporting someone through this life stage.

MEET THE PANEL

Allegra Spender MP
Independent member of Parliament for the federal seat of Wentworth.
Allegra Spender was elected Independent Member for Wentworth in May 2022, on a platform climate action, political integrity, future-focused economic reform, gender equity and decency. Before her election, Allegra was a business analyst at McKinsey and a policy analyst at the UK Treasury, then Managing Director at Carla Zampatti Pty Ltd, chair of the Sydney Renewable Power Company and CEO of the Australian Business and Community Network.

Dr Amanda Beech
Obstetric Medicine Physician & Endocrinologist
FRACP (Hons), MBBS (Hons), BSc PHED (Hons)
Dr Beech is a women's health endocrinologist and obstetric physician at The Royal Hospital for Women and is a co-joint senior lecturer at UNSW. Amanda is on the executive committee of the NSW Health Menopause Taskforce and is a co-chair.

A/Prof John Eden
Gynaecologist, and Reproductive Endocrinologist.
MB BS MD, FRANZCOG, CREI
A/Prof John Eden is a certificated reproductive endocrinologist and gynaecologist. He is a Conjoint Associate Professor at The University of New South Wales. He is a visiting medical officer at the Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney, Australia where he is Director of the Sydney Menopause unit.

ABOUT THE ROYAL HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN

The Royal Hospital for Women in Randwick is the only dedicated women’s hospital in NSW. It’s a hospital for all women, for all of life’s stages. The Royal provides exceptional, accessible healthcare to women and newborns, and provide personalised care that supports the family and our communities.

The Royal is home to some of Australia's leading experts in women's and newborn health spanning gynaecology, oncology, maternity, obstetrics, maternal fetal medicine, fertility and genetics, newborn intensive care and beyond. 



This event is hosted in conjunction with the office of Allegra Spender MP