Page 6 2012 Vol 2
Jean Hailes education
Join our webcast online… from anywhere in Australia
Fifty Shades of midlife
MENOPAUSE, MOOD & MORE
This year Jean Hailes will once again use internet technology to reach thousands of women across Australia. Our third community webcast: Fifty shades of midlife – menopause, mood & more will take place on 31 October 2012.
What is a webcast?
Webcasts are essentially seminars that are broadcast via the internet.
Why a webcast?
There’s no need to travel, as you can watch in the privacy of your own home or join a group event that will be held in some local communities (check our website to find out if a session will be held near you).
The live webcast will give you an opportunity to send in your questions on the night and to participate in the discussion.
We are very proud to present some of Australia’s leading women’s health experts. To be hosted by well-known media presenter Dr Sally Cockburn, our panel will include gynaecologist Dr Elizabeth Farrell, clinical psychologist Professor Jane Fisher and naturopath Sandra Villella from Jean Hailes, together with sex educator and columnist Maureen Matthews.
What topics will be covered?
Thanks to many of you who participated in our recent survey, our webcast will be based on the topics you most want to know about.
This year’s event will focus on a range of important health issues for women. Tune in to learn about:
- managing menopause – including lifestyle, complementary and medical options
- looking after mental and emotional wellbeing – including mood and anxiety
- maintaining intimate relationships and sexuality – including tips as you age
- food, nutrition and natural therapies to help you improve your health and wellbeing
This will be an informative and interactive event, giving women practical ideas to take away and use in their own lives. There are many aspects to a woman’s health at this time of her life. Fifty shades of midlife – menopause, mood & more will look at some of the really important areas that contribute to a woman’s overall wellbeing.
Go to www.jeanhailes.org.au/ webcast2012 for more information about the event, how to register or hosting a group event
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Content Updated September 2012