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Despite welcome changes in the way we think about women’s health and wellbeing, nevertheless, in a recent STUC survey, 32% of respondents said that menopause was treated negatively in their workplace and 63% reported that it was treated as a joke. This can’t be good for women experiencing menopause, for girls and young women looking ahead to menopause, or for supportive colleagues and family members of all ages and genders. Inspired by (but not a part of) the Menopause Café movement the Invisible Women event is an open invitation to talk, listen and learn about menopause.
How would you design a lecture that would achieve 100% student attendance? How would you make it unmissable? What for you are the 'crucial sparks' of lectures you love? We are looking for teams to design what they think is the ideal lecture. Student and staff teams from any part of the University are invited to this event where they will brainstorm ideas and present a vision for their ideal lecture. There will be lots of prizes including best overall team idea and best lecture activity.