Location: Holborn Bars, Central London
Date: Saturday 10 September 2016
Connect with others affected, learn more about issues related to cervical cancer and share your experiences
The support of our friends and family can play a key role in how we get through being diagnosed and treatment. However, there is nothing quite like talking to someone who is going through the same thing. One of our key aims is to provide women affected by cervical cancer with an opportunity to meet others in similar situations. Once a year we organise an event for women and their partners affected by cervical cancer called Let's Meet.
Let's Meet is a one day information event which includes a key note speaker, a series of workshops and time for attendees to mingle and meet others affected. The day is free to attend.
This year our keynote presentation will be given by Professor Amanda Ramirez, Consultant Psychiatrist and Emeritus Professor of Liaison Psychiatry & Psycho-Oncology at King’s College London and Lead on Improving Patient Experience for Leaders in Oncology Care, who will talking about emotional wellbeing after cervical cancer.
On the day, we will be offering a number of workshops focussed on looking after your emotional wellbeing and life after a diagnosis of cervical cancer, including: Ask the Gynae-Oncologist, sex and intimacy, early menopause and HRT, pelvic radiation disease, a workshop for partners only, a Gong bath relaxation session, laughter yoga, fertility for early stage cervical cancer and a special taster session from Look Good, Feel Better.
Contact us for more information on [email protected] or register for the event.
Health care professionals
Our information day, Let's Meet has been designed for women who have been affected by cervical cancer (each registered attendee is entitled to bring 1 adult guest). Therefore, we kindly request that health care professionals do not to sign up to attend Let's Meet.
We are keen to hear from health care professionals who would be interested in attending an information day about the consequences of cervical cancer. If you would like to contact us please email [email protected]