Dr Louise Newson

Dr Newson studied medicine and pathology at The University of Manchester. She pursued a career in hospital medicine before moving to specialise in General Practice and medical writing. She is a member of the Royal College of Physicians (1998) and a Fellow of Royal College of General Practitioners. She is a Visiting Fellow at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University.

Described as the ‘medic who kickstarted the menopause revolution’, she is a No.1 Sunday Times bestselling author, founder of the award-winning Balance app and The Menopause Charity, and creator of the Balance website and Dr Louise Newson podcast, which has been ranked the No.1 medical podcast in the UK.

She has written and contributed to many academic papers and abstracts. Louise is involved in numerous research projects and has worked closely with various charities. Her main research interest is the role of female hormones in reducing biological ageing.

She works regularly with a range of organisations to provide advice regarding menopause in the workplace, collaborates with charities and professional bodies to raise awareness of the needs of menopausal women, and has made numerous appearances on radio and television.

She has developed a free menopause education programme for healthcare professionals which has been downloaded by over 30,000 clinicians globally.

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