Women’s Health Alliance (WHA) is an independent association of medical societies, patient care organisations and specialist charities that aims to improve awareness and understanding of issues concerning women’s health and so facilitate a better quality of life for women everywhere.
WHA is a resource with three objectives:
Our members include medical societies, patient care organisations and specialist charities.
Associate supporters are drawn from throughout the health sector.
This website was launched in July 2012. It helps to communicate our objectives by signposting the work of members and providing opportunities for a sharper focus on women's health.
We are confident that Women's Health Alliance has the expertise and commitment to help you.
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Dr Heather Currie
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The National Association for Premenstrual Syndrome, NAPS, is a charity that promotes the interests of women suffering from premenstrual syndrome, PMS and also a better understanding of all women's health issues.
The website provides PMS sufferers access to information, support and advice through a dedicated team of health professionals. There is also a forum in which women share their experiences. The charity organises national study days twice a year, one in the autumn in London and the other in another city in the spring. The conferences cover a wide range of women's health topics.
Dr Carrie Sadler, a GP in Derbyshire, is one of the trustees for NAPS. She ran the Loch Ness marathon on the 29th September, raising money for NAPS. Visit her Just Giving page to find out more about her progress.