Wed, 05 May|
Women's health in the workplace
We've all heard numerous taboos and myths in relation to women's health that directly contribute to gender inequalities. In this webinar, Sally King, the founder of Menstrual Matters shares her insight into menstrual health and rights in the workplace.
Time and location
05 May 2021, 17:30 – 18:30 BST
About the event
Sally King is the founder of Menstrual Matters, a non-profit evidence-based information hub about menstrual health and rights. Her popular blog looks at how menstrual taboos and myths directly contribute to gender inequalities (www.menstrual-matters.com). Before specialising in menstrual health research, Sally spent nearly a decade evaluating human rights-based policies and interventions. She has a Master's degree in research methods (qualitative and quantitative) and is currently completing a PhD in Medical Sociology at King's College London, on the topic of Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and the myth of the irrational female.