Norfolk hospital introduces menopause support policy

Part of its staff wellness programme

John Brazier
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Norfolk hospital introduces menopause support policy

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) in Kings Lynn has launched a new support package to support female employees with the menopause.

The policy forms part of the QEH's staff wellness programme and has been launched in conjunction with menopause awareness campaigner, Meg Matthews. QEH recently became the first NHS Trust in the UK to state that it is a Menopause-Friendly employer in its job adverts, with the Trust outlining its support for employees at the point of application. It stated that menopause awareness is part of its "wider corporate strategic priority to strengthen an open culture for staff and improve wellbeing...

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