Menopause Cafe

Date: 27 March 2023
Time: 10:00 - 11:30

Speakers: Dr. Rosie Dillon is an assistant professor and specialist registrar in the discipline of obstetrics and gynacology in the School of Medicine. She leads on menopause/post-reproductive health teaching for Trinity's medical students. She has a primary care background (she is a trained GP) and undertakes clinical sessions in women’s health at Tallaght University Hospital. Dr. Lisa Lawless is a GP in College Health. She teaches menopause on the ICGP GP training course. Dr. Annemarie Bennett is an Assistant Professor in the Unit of Dietetics in Trinity's School of Medicine. She qualified as a dietitian in 2011 and has worked in community, public health, research, and third level education. Her interests include the impact of health in early life on disease outcomes in later life and on how health can be improved across all population groups at a national level through public health policy. Chair: This session will be chaired by Michele Ryan, Head of Learning and Organisation Development in Trinity.   She cares about enabling people to be their best selves in work and life.   Michele co-authored the Trinity Wellbeing Survey Reports, 2020 & 2022 and is Operational Lead on the Healthy Trinity Workplace Group. Click the link for details of the panel discussion and Q&A

Campus Location

Printing House

Accessibility

Ground floor only

Category

One-time event

Type of Event

Lectures and Seminars,Sustainability,Trinity Sport events,Workshops and Training

Audience

Clinical Teaching Staff,Public and Patient Involvement – PPI,Researchers,Retired Staff,Undergrad,Postgrad,Alumni,Faculty & Staff

Contact Name

Martina Mullin

Contact Email

Accessibility

Ground floor only

Room

An Mheitheal Seminar Room

Cost

0

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