FOR many years, the menopause landscape was arid — no open conversations and little to no media coverage. The last few years, 2019 in particular, has welcomed a new evolving landscape.
Education for all women and families, same-sex relationships. Education for minority group, for example, women with intellectual disabilities and the travelling community. Education around the choices women have — lifestyle, medical, etc. Enhanced education and awareness for GPs in relation to menopause
Menopause in the Workplace: Promotion within workplaces of the symptoms of menopause and ensuring in house support for women. Women are at their most creative in menopause — this needs to be embraced and women acknowledged for the knowledge and wisdom they have achieved over the years.
The addition of Menopause to the Curriculum. The UK achieved this in the last few months, all countries should follow suit.