Dr Judith Wester will give three talks at the Well Being Day event in Manchester for International Women’s Day on why it is important to talk about death. This event is delivered in memory of Dr Bernadette Tynan. Bernadette made a remarkably brave film about her own struggle with Endometrial Cancer and its hidden signs.
This event and talks are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, so please come and join us. CEDAR Education will have a stand and we are happy to answer any questions you may have about our death education programmes. Doors open from 11:00am to 4:00pm. The venue is: The Old Abbey Top House, Guildhall Close, Manchester Science Park, M15 6SY.
During the day talk to the experts and try therapeutic juices, watch & engage in cooking & with the counsellors. Yoga & massage sessions on a first come, first served basis. Food & refreshments also available at the venue.
11:00 Grab a juice and meet people
11:30 Dr Helena O’Flynn – Womb cancer: what to
look out for (talk 10 mins) 11:50 Yoga & relaxation (25 mins)
12:15 Dr Judith Wester – Why Talking about Death is Important (talk 20 mins)
12:45 Dr Emma Crosbie – Prevention and early detection of womb cancer (talk 10 mins)
1:00 Yoga & relaxation (25 mins)
1:30 Dr Judith Wester – Why talking about death is important (talk 20 mins)
2:00 Dr Neil Ryan – Womb cancer: is it all in your genes? (10 mins)
2:30 Yoga & relaxation (25 mins)
3:00 Dr Judith Wester – Why Talking about Death is Important (talk 20 mins)
4:00 End of day – leave inspired, relaxed and informed
Events are FREE on a pay as you feel able basis. Please RSVP via our website:
www.crackinggoodfood.org, a not for profit social enterprise