Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) & fertility. Treatment options & Hidden Implications in the workplace

18 Oct 2021

Monday 18th October at 1pm

Affected by low ovarian reserve or POI? Want to learn more about your treatment options? Join us on #World Menopause Day 2021, to learn more about POI, how it impacts fertility, and why it matters in the workplace.

We will be joined by Daisy Network, Equality Counts, and a Consultant Gynaecologist, to examine the causes, the symptoms, and the impact.

– Chair of The Daisy Network will be giving a personal account of living with POI.

– Miss Kate Maclaran, Consultant Gynaecologist and subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine, will be giving us the facts around low ovarian reserve and POI, discussing clinical symptoms, diagnosis, impact on fertility, and treatment options.

– Workplace Consultant and Menopause trainer, Sarah Williams, will be discussing POI in the workplace, what employers can do, and developing a workplace toolkit.



A little about our speakers…

Amy Bennie is a Counsellor and Chair of Daisy Network. Amy has personal experiencing of POI and a huge passion for raising awareness and making sure those diagnosed get the medical and psychological help they need.

Miss Kate Maclaran is a Consultant Gynaecologist and accredited subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. She has wide experience in all aspects of fertility and gynaecology, with a particular interest in assisted conception, low ovarian reserve, premature ovarian insufficiency, menopause, polycystic ovarian syndrome, ovulation induction and reproductive surgery.

Sarah Williams is a Workplace Consultant and Trainer with a background in Equality, Diversity and Governance support, now working to advance equality and inclusion for those affected by Menopause at work and in the community.