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Speaking Men's Language - How To Talk To Male Colleagues About Health
Peppy is proud to announce the launch of its men’s health service, Peppy Men. To mark this launch, they will be running a free to attend Make A Difference webinar: “Speaking men’s language: how to talk to male colleagues about health.”

Join us from 12.00pm to 1.00pm on 17th November, two days before International Men’s Day, and gain actionable advice and concrete insights into simple steps employers can take to make a difference including:

> The key men’s health challenges that HR/line managers should be aware of
> How to get men – regardless of age or sector – to talk about the issues they are facing
> How to educate and support employees with a culture of openness
> Why it’s important to have male specific support

Featuring expert speakers:

> Mridula Pore, Co-CEO and Co-founder, Peppy
> Lee McNamara, Group Head of Internal Communications and Culture, DFS
> Dr Richard Viney, Consultant Urological Surgeon
> Helen Lake, Director of Men’s Health Services, Peppy

The content is designed for HR Leaders, Talent, Engagement and Communication Leaders, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Leaders, Wellbeing Leaders and Champions. In other words, anyone who is responsible for the wellbeing of male colleagues.

The webinar is open to all but is particularly relevant for organisations with 500+ employees.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Nov 17, 2021 12:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Dr Mridula Pore
Co-CEO and Co-founder @Peppy
Mridula has spent her career driving innovations in healthcare to make it more accessible and affordable. Most recently she has led commercial teams in the pharmaceuticals and digital health industries. Prior to that she was an engagement manager at McKinsey & Co. She has a PhD in chemical engineering from MIT and an MBA from the MIT Sloan.
Helen Lake
Director of Men's Health @Peppy
30 years clinical experience in Urology. Initially as a Ward Sister at the Freeman Hospital Newcastle; going on into Specialist practice in Urology Stoma/Continence. Former Nurse Advisor for the Urostomy Association. Developed an interest and specialism in managing Bladder dysfunction, especially issues around patient acceptance of using medical devices. Still supporting the NHS as an Honorary Specialist Nurse , she joined the Commercial sector in 2005 with Convatec, then Bbraun Medical in 2010 as a Lead Clinical Specialist Nurse, developing Home Urology services in the North East - bridging the clinical gap between hospital and home. Lectured widely across the UK&I for the British Association of Urology Nurses, the Association of Stoma Care Nurses and the Association of Continence Advisors on Bladder Dysfunction, Management of Urinary Retention and Recurrent UTI. Published several articles in the British Journal of Nursing. Established and chaired Newcastle's Catheter User group.
Lee McNamara
Group Head of Internal Communications @DFS
Lee McNamara is responsible for Internal Communications and Culture at the DFS Group. Lee’s career has seen him work in a wide range of sectors, including Retail, Energy, Financial Services and Telecommunications.
Dr Richard Viney
Consultant Urological Surgeon @The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
Dr Vinvey is a Senior Lecturer for the University of Birmingham. His specialist areas of interest include Testicular and Prostate diseases. Dr Viney also works alongside staff at The Fertility Centre at The Priory Hospital.