FTWW is represented on / members of:

All-Wales Planned Care for Gynaecology Programme Board
All-Wales Menopause Task & Finish Group
All-Wales Menstrual Disorders Task & Finish Group
Bangor University Healthcare Sciences Expert by Experience Stakeholder Group
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB)’s Women’s Directorate Board
BCUHB’s ‘Gynaecology Voices’ Service User & Provider Forum
BCUHB’s North Wales Gynaecology (Clinical) Forum
BCUHB’s Women’s Health Implementation Group
BCUHB’s Musculoskeletal Joint Service Advisory Group
BCUHB’s Equality Stakeholder Group
Bevan Commission Advocates’ Group
Co-production Network for Wales
Digital Health and Care Wales, Digital Services for Public & Patients Assurance Group
General Medical Council Patient Roundtable
Health Inspectorate Wales Stakeholder Advisory Group
Marie Curie Women and End of Life Care Research Steering Group
Public Services Ombudsman for Wales Sounding Board
Royal College of General Practitioners’ (RCGP) UK Patients and Carers’ Partnership Group
RCGP Cymru Patient Panel
Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ (RCOG) Women’s Network
RCOG’s Welsh Executive Group & National Specialist Advisory Group for Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Senedd Cross-Party Groups on Autism, Disability, Women, Women’s Health, Long-Covid, Rare Diseases, Suicide Prevention
Stakeholder in various NICE Guidelines
UK Parliament All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Menopause
UK Parliament APPG on Endometriosis
Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA)’s Health, Social Care, and Wellbeing Planning Group
Welsh NHS Confederation’s Health and Wellbeing Alliance
Welsh Government’s Disability Rights Taskforce & associated Working Groups
Welsh Government’s Disability Equality Forum
Welsh Government’s Gender Equality Forum
Welsh Government’s Period Dignity Stakeholder Group
WEN Wales Gender Equality Network & Café
Women’s Health Wales Third Sector Coalition (co-Chairs, with British Heart Foundation Cymru)

Is currently working / has recently collaborated with:

The Board of Community Health Councils (CHCs)
Cardiff University’s Health Psychology Department on various projects, including SPPINN (Severe Period Pain is Not Normal), led by Professor Jacky Boivin
Disability Wales on national reports looking at the experiences of disabled people in Wales
Endometriosis UK on various campaigns and events
Fertility Network UK Wales on joint events
Hywel Dda University Health Board’s Pelvic Wellbeing Team
Public Health Wales on co-producing information about cervical screening
Swansea University’s Dr Aimee Grant on her Wellcome Trust project, ‘Autism from menstruation to menopause’
WEN Wales and Oxfam Cymru on their Feminist Scorecard