Month: November 2016

IWIM at The Sloane Club with Michaela Jedinak

IWIM were pleased to host their last networking event at The Sloane Club in London with the personal stylist, designer and fashion entrepreneur, Michaela Jedinak. Michaela Jedinak designs dresses with women’s body shape in mind and challenging traditional retailers with her design concept.  While many designers create dresses for one idealised body shape, she appreciates the diversity in body shapes. She is targeting business women who have a busy life style and need a dress that fits it. Dresses that women can rely on 100% throughout the day, that allow them to move with ease and which makes them feel...

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FULLY BOOKED for next event at The Sloane Club

WE ARE SORRY BUT THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED Inspiring Women In Medicine (IWIM) will be holding our networking event on the 14th November at the Sloane Club in London from 6.30pm to 9.30pm. This month we will be joined by Michaela Jedinak, a personal stylist, designer and fashion entrepreneur. Michaela will be talking about starting up her fashion label in 2013 and her range of experiences from the fashion, media and design industries in London, New York, Milan and Prague.  Previously she was Managing Director of Cosmopolitan in Prague. Michaela Jedinak is designing dresses with women’s body shape in mind and challenging traditional...

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Women in pain talk by Richmond Stace

Recently I gave a talk to a group of female health professionals at the Inspiring Women in Medicine meeting entitled ‘Women in pain’. I spoke about the significant societal problem of women suffering persistent pain, which is one of the issues that comes under the banner of women’s health. Society needs women to be healthy and hence the problem of women in pain must be addressed. Fundamentally at present, society does not understand pain sufficiently to address this enormous public health matter effectively, which is where I believe we must begin: understanding pain. Fundamentally at present, society does not...

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