Juliette is a Registered General Nurse with an extensive nursing background, she has a wide range of experience spanning over a 20+ year career in both the NHS and Private sector. She is very passionate about the wellness industry and strives to provide an excellent service to all of the clients she works with. She graduated as a nurse from Oxford Brookes University in 2004 and has undertaken further post graduate modules during her career to ensure her knowledge remains up to date and current.
In her spare time she enjoys cooking, painting, music and travel.
Dr. Azmy Birdi originally trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, working as a specialist in hospitals for some years.
She then switched to general practice and did her MRCGP and her post-graduate teaching qualification in Medical Education. Azmy has been a postgraduate medical educator for doctors in training since 2003 and in 2009 was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists (RCOG) by assessment. In 2021, Azmy was awarded the Honorary Fellowship of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH) U.K. for her services to women’s health.
She is constantly looking at ways to improve the delivery of women’s health not just by working as a doctor but also as an activist and advocate, writing to companies and businesses to include Women’s Health especially Menopause care as workplace policies.
Azmy is invited to speak on menopause and women’s health at various conferences.
She is a menopause specialist and recognized menopause trainer (accredited by both the British Menopause Society as well as the FSRH) running menopause clinics and continuing training & teaching for menopause special skills even during the pandemic. During the first lockdown, she created a WhatsApp advice group for local doctors, and this now includes GPs from all parts of the U.K.
During the pandemic, she wrote a book ‘ What Pesi Did, A Surgeon’s Story which is available on Amazon:
What Pesi Did: A Surgeon’s Story: Amazon.co.uk: Birdi, Azmy: 9788194814900: Books
Part of the income from the sales of her book has gone to mental health charities and all profits go towards menopause research and education in the NHS.