RCOG/BMS Post Reproductive Health Meeting (London) - Menopause Care SSM Theory Course

Date: 28 Oct 2020 - 29 Oct 2020

Start time: 08:45AM

End time: 05:10PM

Venue: Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG)

10 - 18 Union Street

London

London

SE1 1SZ

Cost: £583

RCOG/BMS Post Reproductive Health Meeting (London) - Menopause Care SSM Theory Course

RCOG/BMS Post Reproductive Health Meeting (London)

This two day course is accepted as the theoretical component of the FSRH Menopause Care SSM. 

For more details on the course please see the BMS' website here

Course Programme: 

Click here to download the course programme.

This meeting endeavours to provide answers to the most commonly asked and most difficult questions in the management of post reproductive health.

Nationally and internationally recognized speakers will cover controversial questions in important areas such as:

  • Pathophysiology of the menopause
  • Risks of hormone dependent malignancies
  • Cardiovascular diseases, osteoporosis and cognitive problems
  • Premature ovarian insufficiency: diagnosis and management
  • Lifestyle, complementary therapies, HRT and alternatives for managing the menopause

The meeting will closely follow the recommended syllabus and is suitable for the theoretical component of the BMS/RCOG ‘Menopause’ Advanced Training Skills Module (ATSM), the BMS Principles and Practice of Menopause Care Training Programme and the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare Advanced Menopause Certificate.

Case studies and breakout workshops will be used to illustrate management principles and develop care pathways for routine and complex menopause related problems.

Who should attend

  • All Clinicians in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and in Sexual Health
  • Community Gynaecologists
  • General Practitioners, Practice Nurses and Specialist Nurses
  • Sub-specialist Trainees in Reproductive Medicine/Community Gynaecology

Learning objectives

  • Recognise the ways in which the menopause can affect quality of life and long term health
  • Target investigations according to each clinical scenario
  • Individualise hormonal and alternative therapeutic regimens that best suit your patient
  • Manage patients with menopause related problems confidently
  • Identify and fully comprehend key research in the field of post-reproductive Health
  • Use the course as the theoretical component of the RCOG ATSM
  • Obtain the BMS/FSRH Advanced Menopause Certificate
  • Claim a maximum of 13 CPD credits for full attendance at the meeting

Course organisers

Mr Haitham Hamoda FRCOG, London

Mr Nick Panay FRCOG, London

Mr Mike Savvas FRCOG, London                                                   

Honorary Co-Director of Conferences

Mr Philip Toozs-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham

Mr Andrew Sizer, FRCOG, Shrewsbury