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Author Topic: Support group for POI at Chelsea & Westminster (Updated 25 July 2019)  (Read 1581 times)

Emma

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The once a month support forum for young women with Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) is going in for its second season. The aim is to both cover specific topics and provide space for wide ranging discussion on the emotional aspects of POI around them. Women with POI are welcome and encouraged to attend regularly if possible. We hope to provide a relaxed time where you can share concerns and gain support from each other. The group will be led by Claire Bellone, the Clinical Nurse Specialist and Dani Singer, Counsellor. Specialist speakers will be invited to talk on subjects relating to POI.

Venue
Wyman Seminar Room (Edgar Horn Ward), Lift Bank D, 4th Floor
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road London SW10 9NH


Dates for 2019
  • Thursday September 5th - with Nurse Specialist, Claire Bellone on Understanding treatment options for POI
  • October 3rd with Nutritionist expert, Nigel Denby
  • Nov 7th - Emotional impact of POI - Kate MacLaren, Fertility specialist
  • December 5th  - the emotional impact of POI, Dani singer

Topics and speakers are subject to change, so please check the web page listed below  The group runs monthly, with four dates each Spring and Autumn. The venue, date and speakers are subject to change. Please check this page regularly.

Cost
Free

On-site Parking:  paid on exit
Nearest tube: South Kensington, Brompton Road and Fulham Broadway
Buses: 211, 14, 414
 
Please use the contact page on the trust web site for further information and if you wish to attend.
http://www.chelwest.nhs.uk/services/womens-health-services/gynaecology-services
or
contact Dani at d.singer@nhs.net


« Last Edit: July 30, 2019, 01:11:38 PM by Emma »
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