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Women's Health and Wellbeing


10 May 2012
John Snow House, 59 Mansell Street, London E18AN

To celebrate International Women?s Day this year, Training Solutions will be running a programme on Women?s Health and Wellbeing.
The one day event will raise awareness of interrelationship between lifestyle and health, while educating participants about the steps they can take to empower women to improve their physical and mental health.

Aim
To facilitate health practitioners in their ability to promote of health and wellbeing with women, empowering them to live longer, healthier, and happier lives.

Learning Objectives
To increase awareness of interrelationship between lifestyle and health and wellbeing.
To identify appropriate ways to engage women in healthy lifestyle choices and practices.
To educate participants about steps they can take to empower women to improve their physical and mental health and lower their risks of certain diseases.

How you will benefit
After this programme, you will be equipped to play your part in improving the health of your community by identifying opportunities to improve women?s health and well being, and evaluating what has worked best.

Who should attend?
Anyone who works in a voluntary organisation, education or the health and care sector, with responsibility for health education, well being, exercise, nutrition or personal care will benefit from this new programme. This programme is intended for people who want to build on their experience in public health and who will be playing a part in the development of healthy communities.

Format
We will focus on the five essential elements of health and wellbeing ? eat well, sleep well, play well, relax well, and move well, particularly as they relate to female hormonal changes at different stages of life. Each is important for protection against certain conditions such obesity, diabetes, heart disease and osteoporosis.

For more information, visit the RSPH website.


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