The government is seeking views for its first Women’s Health Strategy and FemTech has a key part to play recently published a blog written by DigitalHealth.London’s Programme Director, Jenny Thomas, in which she shares her experience and learnings from attending a FemTech roundtable hosted by Lord Bethell, UK Minister for Innovation.

The blog includes opinions and quotes from the twelve diverse and impressive individuals were invited to the FemTech roundtable including:

Lord Bethell, UK Minister for Innovation
Rachel Dunscombe, CEO of the NHS Digital Academy
Vic Rayner, CEO at National Care Forum
Mridula Pore, CEO and Co-Founder at Peppy
Liz Ashall-Payne, CEO of Orcha
Edwina Dunn, Founder and Chair of the Female Lead

Jenny also shares her views on what more can be done in the FemTech space.

Read the blog now.

If you want to inform the UK government’s Women’s Health Strategy, you have until 13 June 2021 to respond. This is a great opportunity for FemTech entrepreneurs, women’s health and care professionals, researchers, third sector organisations, and indeed any individual, to share their perspectives and experiences of women’s health!