Health Matters Webinars for 2022

Here is the full schedule of Health Matters Webinars for 2022; they all start at 6:30 pm and last for one hour

  • Apr 12 – Sinus, Snoring & Septum – click here
  • May 10 – Look after your Gut!
  • Jun 14 – HRT & the Menopause

Additional webinars will be added soon – the schedule is subject to change due to the availability of key speakers and priorities within the Health Sector.

For further information contact

Here are the links to previous webinars:

  • Mr Elliot Benjamin gave a fantastic talk and answered all our questions on Ears, Nose and Throat; you can watch the video.
  • Dr Malcolm Persey explained the intricacies of Arthritis and how to cope with it as the different stages of its evolution; you can watch the video.
  • Dr Leila Akinawale & Becky McQueen launched the new Wellness Campaign– Happy Healthy Me; for more details contact
  • Mr Andy Goldberg gave a brilliant talk on Getting Fit & Healthy After Lockdown. You can watch the video here
  • Dr Tony Chan’s talk on High Blood Pressure was outstanding – the recording failed but you can view the slides here
  • Mr Spence-Jones and Dr Jo Hockey’s talk on Women’s Health – watch the video here
  • Mr Maneesh Ghei’s talk on Men’s Healthwatch the video here
  • An excellent Talk from Prof. Adam Fox on Children’s Allergies watch the video here
  • Understanding Your Prostate – an excellent talk from Mr Marc Laniado –  watch the video here
  • Love Your Liver – a first rate webinar with Mr David Nasralla – watch the video here
  • Working at Home – an illuminating webinar from Mr Shelain Patel – watch the video here
  • Look after your Heart – a fascinatingwebinar with Dr Raj Khiani – watch the video here. We had some technical difficulties at the start so you may find it best to advance your playback to 7 minutes in!

Alan Bellinger Written by:

Alan is a Trustee of Healthwatch Hertfordshire and very well engaged with all things related to Health & Social Care within the Community. After retirement from a successful career in the private sector (working in both training and Information Technology), Alan wanted to get involved in supporting local health issues and has an excellent understanding of what it takes to ensure a great patient experience, Alan has lived in St Albans for well over 65 years; he is a widower with two children and he especially enjoys the company of his five grandchildren – four of whom live in the local area.