women’s health


Health experts share priorities for Women’s Health Strategy

Report published summarising written responses to the women's health call for evidence from 436 organisations and experts in women's health. Read More

First UK Menopause Taskforce meeting – Everything you need to know

The first UK Menopause Taskforce meeting was held on Thursday 3 February, SHP sums up some of the key takeaways from the initial gathering. Read More

Looking beyond pregnant workers and new mothers with women’s health

Danny Clarke, Founder of Simply-People, highlights an increased need for better awareness of the various health struggles facing women in the workplace. Read More

Women’s health – We need to do more

Danny Clarke, Founder of Simply-People, explores what businesses can do to best support their female employees. Read More

Quarter of employers think they are not affected by menopause issues

26% of employers argue they are 'not affected' by menopause issues, nor do they have any employees who have gone through it, according to research. Read More

Invisible disabilities in the workplace

Nichola Ebbern shares her personal experience of invisible disabilities in the workplace and provides advice for how employers can support them. Read More

Menopause: Health & safety professionals on how it affects them and how employers can provide support

SHP interviews two health & safety practitioners at different stages in their journey, about their personal experience with the menopause. Read More

How businesses can better support menopausal women

Alaana Woods, Commercial Director at Bupa Health Clinics, says it’s time to put menopause on the top of the business agenda and address the taboo. Here, she outlines some ways businesses can help support women in their organisation. Read More

My experience of workplace stress, in an organisation that didn’t see occupational stress as an issue: In conversation with Kate Field

Kate Field has never had a diagnosed mental illness or received medical treatment for her mental health. But like so many, she has certainly suffered with her mental health. Read More

My breast cancer story and the amazing support I had from work: In conversation with Josie Overton

Josie Overton was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2020, which was treated with surgery. In this interview she talks about what she went through physically and emotionally, focussing on how it affected her at work and the support she had from colleagues. Read More



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