NHS will help medics through the menopause | News – The Times

Hospitals and GP surgeries should ensure that female nurses and doctors have “menopause-friendly” uniforms in breathable fabric to help with hot flushes, the NHS has said.
Amanda Pritchard, the chief executive of NHS England, yesterday presented new guidance on how to support staff who are dealing with symptoms.
She told the Confederation of British Industry’s conference in Birmingham: “Women between the ages of 45 and 54 alone make up a fifth of all NHS employees, which means up to 260,000 staff could experience the menopause at work, and for many women it can be a difficult transition. I want all those facing that transition in the NHS to have access to the right support to stay in and thrive at work.
“While some local teams
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