Jacqueline Winstanley leads a panel discussion on women's health issues on Thursday 18 July between 6pm to 9pm during the WOMEN & DISABILITY EVENING.
The Miss-diagnosis /Womens Health themed evening is part of the 40th Anniversary Events taking place in Stockport during July 15 to the 20th.
As a global disruptor and recognised expert and consultant on accessibility and inclusion challenges, Jacqueline will open the discussion and lead the panel to explore the various aspects of women's health in Stockport and the UK, the challenges they face as they seek answers and treatments, and potential way forward in terms of long term care.
As Jacqueline said, "I would like our panel to be a conversation with focus, integrity and purpose, intended to bring about positive change. This particular aspect of life as a disabled women is so often ignored in the wider debate and yet it is crucial to establishing a positive way forward following diagnosis. The panel will make recommendations to policy makers and health professionals, and this will convey a powerful message to those who find themselves navigating the diagnosis lottery at a time when they are often at their most vulnerable."