Let’s Talk About Menopause At Work
On October 18th, we observe World Menopause Day, emphasizing that menopause is a natural, inevitable physiological event experienced by all women. Sadly, a knowledge gap leaves most people unprepared for this journey. Although menopause is not a new occurrence, today’s women often continue to work through it, facing challenges like hot flashes, night sweats, sleep issues, cognitive fog, anxiety, and decreased self-esteem which can profoundly impact women’s quality of life, relationships, and work. We invite you to join us in championing menopause awareness, education, and workplace support, benefiting both employees and their organization.
Teresa Isabel Dias is a pharmacist with 30 years experience, a Menopause Practitioner (NCMP) certified by the North American Menopause Society, the founder of MenopausED, and a woman’s health advocate.
Teresa Isabel offers 1-0-1 education and support on managing physical, emotional, and mental challenges so that women can feel like themselves again and enjoy a vibrant, and productive life.
Her educational programs and supportive resources have been employed by institutions and corporations including the, Royal Bank of Canada, Maple Leaf Foods, Canadian Automotive Association, the University of Waterloo, University of Toronto, and others. Beyond the corporate sphere, Teresa Isabel has also delivered her insights to government bodies and professional associations. Her expertise extends to the written word, contributing valuable articles to pharmacy associations and the Pharmacy Practice + Business magazine. Recently she’s been interviewed for several CBC podcasts and written articles.
Date: October 18, 2023
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM