We hosted an informative webinar with guest speakers who discussed their own experiences with organ donation.
MWNUK hosted an online talk on "Islam & Organ Donation - Muslim women share their experiences" on 22nd November 2023.
Khudeja Sattar discusses the importance of caring for your wellbeing in a holistic way.
Dr Iram Sattar explains the importance of being Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) aware this PCOS Awareness month.
View this short 1 minute video of our Operations Director, Shameem Hussain donating blood last week. You too can save lives!
Dr Iram Sattar (GP & Co-Chair of MWNUK) explains the importance of being breast aware this Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Ayisha Karim interviews Jenny Chambers about a condition in pregnancy which causes itching (ICP).
Shalina speaks with Taiba Khan. Taiba discusses how her eating disorder negatively affected her life, and how she overcame it
MWNUK hosted a Q&A webinar about the Covid vaccine. Doctors discuss Covid's impact on BAME communities and held a Q&A session
In this episode, Nadia discusses what support is available for HG and what main tips are for women struggling to cope
*T/W* This episode features themes of death by suicide which may be triggering for some.
In this episode, Ayisha speaks with Nadia Begh. Nadia discusses the HG symptoms she experienced and the support received.
Dr Iram Sattar (GP & MWNUK Trustee) breaks down some of the misconceptions surrounding the newly developed Covid vaccine
All those appearing in this montage have received the newly developed Covid-19 vaccine - will you?
Hafeezah Ameen (counsellor) shares some tips regarding how to take care of your mental health during the pandemic
Saturday 14th November 2020 marks World Diabetes Day. Ayisha Karim (pharmacist) shares a special message!
This is Part 1 of 3 explores statistics some statistics on fertility health of BAME women
This is Part 2 of 3 explores how lifestyle habits can affect fertility.
This is Part 3 of 3 of the discussion on fertility which challenges some myths on getting pregnant.
This is Part 1 of 3. Iyna Butt shares her story of being diagnosed with stage 3 cancer at the age of 30.
This is Part 2 of 3. Iyna Butt shares her story of having stage 3 cancer and symptoms to look out for.
This is Part 3 of 3. Iyna Butt shares her story of having stage 3 cancer, cultural stigmas and importance of support.
BAME women are less likely have a smear test and are therefore putting their lives at risk.
Shaista (Co-Chair of MWNUK) & Dr Iram (MWNUK Trustee) have an important message to share about our NHS!
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