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While not all of the workforce are female the majority have female relatives or friends.

Family health also plays an important part in our general wellbeing.

The World Health Organisation advises that:


Addressing women’s health is a necessary and effective approach to strengthening health systems overall – action that will benefit everyone.

Improving women’s health matters to women, to their families, communities and societies at large.


We have selected some topics which might be of interest to you, please click on the links below.


Poster (A3) - Pregnancy


Leaflet - Post Natal Depression


Cervical Screening


Signs of Breast Cancer


Poster (A3) - Breast Cancer


Domestic Violence


Menopause at Work




Well Woman Checks


We hope these resources are useful to you but if you would like to speak to a member of our team to discuss promoting women's health in your workplace please contact us at

  Woman at Doctors  

Looking After Your Feet


Walking is one of the most important ways of keeping active. Walking helps the muscles and ligaments in our feet to work more efficiently and helps keep them supple and flexible. Walking improves and maintain overall health, increases cardiovascular fitness, strengthen bones, reduce excess body fat, and boost muscle power and endurance.

We are encouraged to walk, because “Walking is a man's best medicine", according to Hippocrates – and a growing body of scientific evidence suggests he wasn't wrong.

For us to walk effectively, we need to look after our feet, and according to the College of Podiatrists we walk about 100,000 miles in a lifetime.

Click here to find out how you can look after your feet.


Stress Awareness


Stress is a conundrum. This is because it is not easy to pin down exactly what stress means. Most people represent ‘stress’ with situations that put them under pressure. For example, when we have lots to do and think about, or don't have much control over what happens to us, we say things like "this is stressful," or "I'm stressed". Also, our reaction to being placed under pressure – the feelings we get when we have demands placed on us that we find difficult to cope with, we also represent as stress”.

Click here to find out more.

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Bike Week 8th - 16th June


Cervical Awareness Week 10th - 16th June


Walk the Night 2019 (Breast Cancer & Prostate Cancer UK) - 27th July


World Breastfeeding Week 1st - 7th August


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