The Daisy Network
PO Box 183
Saturday 15th June 2013
09.30 to 17:00
Specialist speakers will share the latest information and research on HRT, nutrition, fertility options and more.
Discussion groups on a range of topics will give you the opportunity to ask questions and get expert answers in an informal setting.
The Daisy Network conference is an invaluable opportunity to meet other women and girls in the same situation as you, to share stories and experiences and provide each other with support.
£35 for members, £40 for guests. Refreshments, lunch, raffle and goodie bag included. Numbers are limited and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please apply early as this helps us greatly with administration. Two members tickets can be purchased per Daisy Network member.
Tickets will are available online until Tuesday, 11th June 2013.
Tickets may be purchased for cash on the day at the door, but we do need to confirm catering numbers before the day and therefore cannot guarantee lunch within the cost of your ticket.
- Nick Panay will be speaking on management of premature ovarian failure.
Premature Ovarian Insufficiency "Dawn of a New Era"
"POI is a difficult diagnosis for women to accept, and a carefully planned and sensitive approach is required when informing women of the diagnosis...There is an urgent need to develop evidence based guidelines and appropriate research programmes to optimise health in premature ovarian insufficiency."
- Tanith Lee, fitness instructor will be telling us about how to keep fit and healthy.
How to manage the menopause monsters with great munching, movement and mind-set
- Jan Brockie (Advanced Nurse Practitioner) will be highlighting the importance of the prescription campaign.
- Debra Holloway (Nurse Consultant Gynaecology) will be telling us a bit more about HRT.
There will be a question and answer session with Nick and Tanith following their talks. Please e-mail us on email@example.com with any questions ahead of the day. Any questions that there is not time to cover will be answered in future Updates.
There will be break out sessions covering options for building a family, the psychological impact of POF/POI and HRT. We are also proposing an after event get together at a local bar / restaurant for those that would like to continue their conversations once the conference venue is closed.
We appreciate that attending our conference, especially for the first time, can be a daunting experience. We operate a buddy system where you can be put in touch with other new members at the start of the day. Experience has shown that this is a valued way to break the ice and help with nerves! Please indicate on your booking form if you would like to use this system.
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