Endometriosis matters: 5 2021 panel events you should attend

Endometriosis Awareness Month has officially begun. This year, multiple events are being hosted across the UK, covering compelling information about the shocking realities of living with endometriosis. We share the top 5 endometriosis panel events to attend this year.

Have your say. End the stigma. 

6th - 10th of March: World congress: what is endometriosis?

What is endometriosis? What are the commonly associated conditions? These are some of the most frequently asked questions by women with endometriosis. The 14th world congress on endometriosis includes a live Q&A and discussion, where your pressing questions about endometriosis could be answered.    

The world congress on endometriosis runs from the 6th of March to the 10th of March. 
Endometriosis World Congress

All content and abstracts from the congress on endometriosis will be available online until the 11th of April for registered attendees to read and watch in their own time.  

There is also an exciting opportunity to network with global experts in adenomyosis and endometriosis. Registration costs range from £226.16 and drop to £125.41 for members of the World Endometriosis Society.   

The timings for the congress programme vary throughout the week — starting at 8 am (UTC or UK time) on Saturday the 6th of March. If you would like to learn more, click here to register and confirm your attendance. 

9th of March: Exploring myths about endometriosis

Is endometriosis a disability? The Head of Operations at QENDO, Isabella Gosling will lead this online event exploring the common myths associated with endometriosis. QUENDO is an Australian charity that provides support and education for anyone affected by PCOS, adenomyosis, endometriosis or infertility.    


Endometriosis panel events: woman struggling with infertility

Isabella Gosling hosts QENDO’s weekly podcast “Let’s Talk, Period”. Every podcast is dedicated to discussions with healthcare professionals. These reject the taboos surrounding endometriosis, adenomyosis and PCOS.   

The event will run from 8 am to 9 am (UK time) on the 9th of March and is free for all to attend. Confirm your attendance for this free and not to be missed debunking endometriosis myths session, here.   

11th of March: Endometriosis UK: Workplace support for endometriosis pain 

“What can employers do to support people with endometriosis at work?” opens the floor to a discussion on support for the 1.5 million working women or transgender men with endometriosis pain.   
Endometriosis matters: woman attending an endometriosis webinar

Guest speakers will include Endometriosis UK, CEO of Neuro-insight, Shazia Ginai, Head of UK Marketing at Standard Life Aberdeen, Kathryn Pinner and Merseyside Police Inspector, Lisa Leddar.    

The Zoom webinar will occur on Thursday the 11th of March from 12 pm to 1 pm (UK time). Register your attendance for this free lunchtime endometriosis panel discussion, here.   

17th of March: Pelvic pain and endometriosis symptoms and treatment

The “Pelvic pain and endometriosis: symptoms, treatment and more” event is an online webinar from BMI Highfield hospital.   

It is a free webinar to attend and will run from 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm (UK time) on Wednesday the 17th of March. The webinar will be led by BMI Healthcare Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician, Dr Gaity Ahmad.   

Dr Gaity Ahmad will discuss endometriosis pain and symptoms, and the diagnosis and management of endometriosis. This will include medical and surgical management for endometriosis. Dr Gaity Ahmad will share her experience of working as service lead for endometriosis treatment, counselling and diagnosis at the Pennine Acute Trust.   

Reserve your ticket for the “Pelvic pain and endometriosis: symptoms, treatments and more” webinar, here.   

19th - 21st of March: Can endometriosis be cured?

A question that often gets left overlooked is: “Can endometriosis be cured?” The Endometriosis Foundation of America known as EndoFound will be hosting a two-day global patient conference called: “The Path Toward a Cure: Connecting Patients with Science”. The conference will be in partnership with The International Society for Gynecologic Endoscopy (ISGE).   
Endometriosis panel event on phone

The first day of the event on the 19th of March will highlight patient stories, complementary therapies for endometriosis and include a live Q&A with endo experts across the globe. The event’s second day on the 21st of March will dive deeper into patient stories, mental health and the endo diet.  

On the second day, the conference will hold three live panels on severe endometriosis, infertility and the importance of an early diagnosis.    

The virtual event will start on the 19th of March at midnight and finish at 3 am (UK time). However, timings for the second day may be easier to attend. On Sunday the 21st of March the event will run from 4 pm to 8 pm. The conference is free to attend and will feature 51 international speakers. Click here to confirm your attendance at this global patent conference.   

If you would like to receive counselling for your endometriosis or have a look at treatment options, please contact our team at Circle Health Group using our enquiry form or call us on 0808 101 0337.  

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