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Women's Health Hub


Women’s reproductive health has historically been undervalued in society, neglected in medical research, prone to misdiagnosis by doctors, trivialised by the media and treated cursorily by governments. However, research has found that women tend to spend more – financially, emotionally and time-wise – on their reproductive health. The articles below touch on some of these issues.

Cervical screening – how accessible is it?

Earlier this month one of our Senior Solicitors in our Complex Injury Team, Olivia Boschat, wrote a very interesting article for Female First highlighting the importance of cervical screening for women. To quote Olivia, “anyone who’s had a smear test knows it is not an elegant experience” but it is an important one. In fact it can be lifesaving. Yet many women across the country are being denied access to this important test because GP surgeries, where the test is most commonly carried out, are not accessible for those with mobility issues. Read more here in our blog. Continue reading

Maternal mental health matters

The Maternal Health Alliance confirm that a staggering 1 in 10 women will develop a mental illness during pregnancy or within the first year of having a baby. Many of those will struggle on in silence without recognising they need help or being able to access support. Read more here in our blog. Continue reading

Umbilical Cord Compression: the effects

Pregnancy is an exciting time for parents-to-be but there can be risks and complications when the baby is in the womb. This blog focuses on the specific risk of umbilical cord compression within the womb and the effect this can have on the baby. Read more here in our blog. Continue reading

Women’s Health – Menopause and Hysterectomy Surgery

British women are said to experience, on average, 30 years of post-reproductive health. With or without a history of childbirth, these years can involve a number of difficult health conditions, and all too often, a lack of information on how best to deal with them. Read more here in our blog. Continue reading

UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week

29 April to 5 May 2019 marks Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, the aim of which is to raise awareness of maternal mental health issues during pregnancy or after having a baby, to encourage mothers to get the support they need. Read more in our blog. Continue reading

Covid-19 update: Business as usual
at Bolt Burdon Kemp

Although our office remains closed to help stop the spread of the virus and to protect our staff, Bolt Burdon Kemp continues to remain very much open for business. We are passionate about achieving life-changing results for our clients, providing excellent client care and ensuring you receive the support you need.

We continue to progress our clients’ existing cases and support new clients with their cases.

All of our wonderful people are successfully working from home. Our strategy of working in teams continues to ensure there is always someone for you to talk to. We are using telephone and video-conferencing very effectively. A number of multi-million pound cases have settled since the virus outbreak, using these facilities.

We are determined more than ever that the wheels of justice will keep on turning.

Contact us on 020 7288 4800 or info@boltburdonkemp.co.uk and one of our team will get in touch with you.

Read more from Managing Partner, Jonathan Wheeler