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Menopause at work – Nottingham expertise informs new guidelines

 

Research by a Nottingham academic has helped to shape new guidance on dealing with menopause in the workplace.

Professor Amanda Griffiths, in the University of Nottingham’s School of Medicine, has conducted the largest study to date in the UK about the issue and has contributed to the new guidance being launched by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM).

The guidance is aimed at women going through menopause and experiencing the impact it has on their working lives. It also offers employers practical experience on how to improve workplace environments for menopausal women.

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Posted on Thursday 24th November 2016

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