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Movember Men’s Health Chat Show
November 23 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Thrive4Life is hosting a livestreamed Movember Men’s Health Chat Show with two leading men’s health experts, top prostate surgeon Professor Roger Kirby and men’s self-help author Peter Baker.
This crucial talk for your employees will include:
- Top advice on common men’s health issues
- How to become more proactive in seeking medical help
- Balancing health and work life
- Crucial warning signs not to ignore
- Learning to stop seeing mental health as a weakness.
Individuals can also register for our virtual livestreamed event for £8 per person. You can buy individual tickets here.
About this event
Join two of the country’s leading men’s health experts, Professor Roger Kirby, a top surgeon and President of the Royal Society of Medicine, and Peter Baker, award-winning men’s health author, as they have an honest discussion on the critical health and wellbeing issues currently facing men. The event will provide key insights from the frontline, with top tips on what signs to look out for in looking after your mental and physical health, and time for Q&A. Profits from the event will be donated to men’s health charities in support of Movember!
Professor Roger Kirby
Professor Roger Kirby is President of the Royal Society of Medicine. He is a prostate surgeon with over 40 years’ experience in the NHS and private practice. He has published more than 350 peer-reviewed scientific publications, written 68 books mainly on prostate disease and men’s health, and founded two scientific journals: Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases and Trends in Urology and Men’s Health. In 2016 he received the prestigious Royal College of Surgeons’ Clement Price Thomas Award for services to surgery.
Peter Baker is an independent consultant committed to improving the health of men and boys. He supports organisations in the public, private and third sectors that want to begin or develop their work on men’s health. He has vast experience in the field of men’s health, having served as Chief Executive for the Men’s Health Forum (England and Wales’s leading men’s health charity) for 12 years, and having published two self-help books for men. He currently leads the work of Global Action on Men’s Health and provides consultancy support to the European Cancer Organisation’s HPV Action Network and the Throat Cancer Foundation. In 2018, he received an Outstanding Contribution Award from the Royal Society of Public Health for his work on HPV.