Dr. Mary Ryan at the Midwest Empowerment and Equality Conference 2019 in the University Concert Hall, which addressed the social issues affecting both women and men today. Picture: Orla McLaughlin/ilovelimerick.
Dr. Mary Ryan helps women to get the balance right at Network Ireland Limerick event
Dr. Mary Ryan, Consultant Endocrinologist at the Bons Secours Hospital will encourage women in business to value themselves more and avoid exhaustion at Network Ireland Limerick’s next event taking place on September 18 at the Clayton Hotel, Limerick.
A regular speaker on the importance of empowerment, equality and living a healthy lifestyle, Dr. Ryan will explain the detrimental impact hectic lifestyles are having on everyone and the impact of fatigue and burnout on women’s hormones and health with long-term consequences She will also call on women in business to respect themselves more and demand more respect from others.
Businesswomen throughout the Mid West are welcome to attend the event which is free for Network Ireland Limerick Members and €20 for non-members. The event starts with informal networking and refreshments at 6 pm.
According to Dr. Ryan, women need to be empowered more and encouraged to slow down long enough to understand their own needs and build a more respectful relationship with themselves and others to prevent stress and burnout.
Catriona O’Donoghue, President of Network Ireland Limerick, said, “Women are notorious for juggling and having too many balls in the air. This event is all about taking stock, checking in with how we’re doing and being aware of the harm fatigue and burnout can have on our bodies.
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About Dr. Ryan
Dr. Mary Ryan graduated from Trinity College Dublin having been awarded the Peter Shepherd Memorial Prize and Honours in the Foundation Scholarship. She was also awarded the Adelaide Society Travel Scholarship and was one of the first Trinity College medical undergraduates to present research on LP(a) and Hyper homocysteinemia which she did with Professor Ian Graham of the Adelaide and Meath Hospitals at the European Atheroerosis Society and the European Cardiology Society. She won numerous teaching awards in the Adelaide and Meath Hospital for her teaching to both undergraduates and postgraduates and organized the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians exam for five years in the Adelaide and Meath Hospital. Dr. Ryan is a Senior Lecturer with the Graduate Entry School (GEMS) since its commencement in the University of Limerick in 2007 and has continued her interest in research by supervising and publishing research with the students from GEMS.