Menopause 101

Past Event

The Victoria Park Library is running a month-long series talking about Menopause.
The topics touched on will include: Menopause and what is it, symptoms and treatments, exercise, nutrition and breast health. The sessions will be held after hours so topic can be discussed freely.

Bookings are essential and can be made online, in person, email or phone. Bookings are not confirmed until payment has been received.

To book online click on the relevant date from the topics listed below.

Tuesday 05 March 6-7pm
Bo Youn Kim, experienced senior pharmacist from Fiona Stanley Hospital will begin the series covering:
• What menopause is, including symptoms, psychological and physical effects
• Impact of misdiagnoses and mismanagement of menopause
• Myths and misunderstanding of HRT treatment
• Treatment options and current evidence for menopause and symptom management

Tuesday 12 March 6-7pm
Join Michelle, our Healthy Community Officer, to learn about Physical activities and Exercise tailored towards Perimenopausal and Menopausal woman.

Tuesday 19 March 6-7
Join us as Dietitian Megan Hardy delivers a nutritional presentation focused on navigating the intricate journey of menopause. As we recognise the unique challenges that women face during this phase of life, our expert dietitian is here to guide you through evidence-based nutritional strategies.
Why Attend?
• Gain insights into tailored nutritional approaches for menopausal well-being
• Receive evidence-based information from an accredited dietitian

Tuesday 26 March 6-7pm
Breast Scan WA will be joining us this evening to discuss breast health.
Topics covered include:
• BreastScreen WA
• Breast cancer
• Risk factors and myths
• Screening mammography
• Breast awareness

Event Details

Time: 6PM-7PM

Location: 27 Sussex Street, East Victoria Park

Venue: Town of Victoria Park Library

Cost: Each session is $3 per person

Category: General

Type: General

Audience: All Ages


Organisation: Town of Victoria Park Library

Phone: 0893735500


Event Date(s)

  • Tuesday 5th March 2024
  • Tuesday 12th March 2024
  • Tuesday 19th March 2024
  • Tuesday 26th March 2024

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