Health in the workplace: the wider impact of women's health 

Buck is delighted to present the first of its health-focused seminar series, looking at different areas in which companies can improve healthcare and see widespread benefits, extending to many other aspects of working life as well as company performance. 

When:   Thursday 14th November 2019
Where:  Buck | 160 Queen Victoria Street | London EC4v 4AN
Time:    8.30am - 10.45am 
Breakfast and registration from 8.30am
Speakers from 9am 

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The first in our health seminar series addresses women's health, highlighting the many factors that have historically been overlooked, impacting not only women themselves but families, colleagues, and companies overall.

We will explore a wide range of considerations including specific health concerns, maternity and family benefits, and flexible working, in order to demonstrate how companies can better implement women's healthcare and benefit options, to improve not only employees' health and quality of life, but company culture and performance as well.  

In addition to our Buck speakers, we will be hosting three external representatives with significant expertise in women's health:

Alison Green, Director | WOMBA
With a major focus on easing the transition back to (often flexible) working life after having children and other significant life events, WOMBA provides coaching programmes for expectant and working parents, as well as working directly with companies to help them improve their offering to employees with children. Often their work is specific to women, but increasingly an emphasis is also placed on the importance of a collective approach to family-friendly, flexible working. 

Sarah Taylor, Head of Specialist and Practitioner Relations | AXA PPP healthcare
As a leading private medical insurance provider, AXA PPP healthcare is a pioneer in healthcare research. With women's health requirements at different life stages being a core area of focus, they will showcase some of the work they are doing around variation in data, looking at the type of claims they have for women of different ages and how to optimise their care. 

Dr Tania Adib, Consultant Gynaecologist, BSc MBBS MD MRCOGA Consultant Gynaecologist and Lead Clinician for Colposcopy and Gynaecological Oncology at the Queen's Hospital in London, Dr. Adib specialises in early diagnosis and treatment of gynaecological cancer, as well as non-cancerous gynaecological and pelvic conditions. She is also an expert in managing the menopause through both hormone replacement and non-hormonal treatments. Dr. Adib is exceptionally well-placed to advise on women's healthcare needs at different ages, as well as the leading screening and treatment methods.  

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