Research project

From Puberty to Menopause

Project overview

Women’s health is an intricate journey with different milestones to navigate from puberty through to menopause and across diverse cultures and backgrounds. Overall, it has been poorly served by healthcare systems.
Women's health is, like education, a key part of female empowerment. Women’s voices will be used to devise an informative performance for young people across Hampshire; a call to action to address disparities in women’s health in our local communities. Working collectively to weave the voices of women and their aspirations into inspiring manifestos which use creativity to positively
explore the future of women’s health for the next generation.


Lead researcher

Dr Kath Woods-Townsend

Principal Research Fellow

Research interests

  • Adolescent Health
  • Scientific Literacy
  • Health Literacy
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Other researchers

Professor Lucy Green

Professorial Fellow-Enterprise

Research interests

  • Fetal physiology and nutrition
  • Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD)
  • Equality and diversity in research, education and public engagement
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Professor Tamar Pincus


Research interests

  • Psychological aspects of chronic pain
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Research outputs