Menstruation to Menopause in Spinal Cord Injury: - Part 2 | Bolt Burdon Kemp Menstruation to Menopause in Spinal Cord Injury: - Part 2 | Bolt Burdon Kemp

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Menstruation to Menopause in Spinal Cord Injury: – Part 2

Following Bolt Burdon Kemp’s successful webinar series “Menstruation to Menopause a SCI women’s journey” aimed at SCI women, we were at end the end of last year able to address these issues with clinicians.

In association with MASCIP, (Multidisciplinary Association for Spinal Cord Injury Professionals), Bolt Burdon Kemp held a study day.

The aim was to provide practitioners in the field of spinal cord injury with information and further training to enhance and support their practice. Professional speakers shared knowledge and insight into all aspects from menstruation to menopause.

The feedback received following the event was extremely positive and we will be looking to run it again this year. The purpose of the webinars is to continue to raise awareness, share knowledge and information on this under-resourced topic.

If you are therefore a practitioner in spinal cord injury and would like to attend the webinar when it is run again, please do get in contact. If you are a SCI community member, then please see my previous blog with recordings of the seminars held on Menstruation to Menopause an SCI Women’s Journey.

I am pleased that by holding these seminars to the SCI community and practitioners we have been able to open the doors on these topics. A topic I personally am passionate about and feel that resources should be readily accessible and available.

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