FTWW is thrilled to have been awarded a ‘Voices From the Frontline‘ grant, aimed at ensuring that women have their voices heard at the highest levels. For FTWW, that means continuing to advocate for women and girls living with a range of health conditions, and whose healthcare needs are not necessarily being met in Wales. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Rosa ‘Voices From The Frontline’ Grant
FTWW is really thrilled to have been invited to the BSGE – British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy, conference at Celtic Manor, Newport, by host and lead Cardiff endometriosis specialist, Richard Penketh, to deliver the patient perspective to a global audience. The BSGE conference is one way in which FTWW’s place at the heart of healthcare […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Represents Patients at the BSGE Conference 2019
FTWW Update and Big Announcement We are finally in a position to announce that FTWW has received funding from Rosa – The Fund for Women & Girls for ONE year, specifically to cover the cost of renting an office space here in North Wales, AND to pay a person one day a week to do […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Our First Office / Fundraising Appeal!
Debbie, FTWW’s founder, and CEO, was recently invited to be part of the panel at ‘Welsh Women For Change’, an International Women’s Day event, hosted by Women’s Equality Network Wales (WEN Wales) at Theatr Clwyd, Mold, on the 20th March. It was an evening of discussion and celebration, hearing from incredible women driving change in […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Debbie Speaks at ‘Welsh Women for Change’
#NotJustHotFlushes! FTWW can’t help but get heated over the following: Women make up 52% of the population in Wales – and with more and more of us having children later in life, caring for older relatives, or working for longer as retirement ages rise, the fact that MENOPAUSE remains an unspoken mystery to so many […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Launches Menopause Campaign
FTWW is pleased to see the positive outcome of this study that was published by the BSGE endometriosis centres project yesterday. It reiterates the changes needed that we are proposing to Welsh Government, and will make our case even stronger. A promising step in the right direction for endometriosis patients in the UK, and for […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Results from new study offer hope for women with endometriosis
This week, FTWW was pleased to be invited to participate in the final ‘Endometriosis Priority Setting Workshop’ in London, facilitated by the James Lind Alliance. The JLA was originally created to redress the imbalance between scientific, pharmaceutical, and academic research/ers and the needs / interests / priorities of actual patients, carers, and practitioners. It was […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW Contributes to Endometriosis Priority Setting Workshop